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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week

Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: Divide & Measure Commands

Eva Dierkes

This week's Promine's AutoCAD tip of the week covers a useful tip to annotate an entity/object using the Divide & Measure commands.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: SECU & GRD Commands

Carlos Freile

In this tutorial, we will learn  how to create a layout with plan and section views by using the GRID module. This makes it easy to visualize both views in the same layout.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: IMPORT TEXT

Luis Montiel Petro

This week’s Promine’s AutoCAD tip of the week covers a useful and single tip to import text into AutoCAD. Using the command MTEXT you define the area where you want to insert the text. In the Tools panel select Import Text and browse for the file containing the text you want to import. Two file formats can be selected, either *txt or *rtf. Be aware that if you want to import text from word, the file must be saved as a rich text file (*rtf).

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: FILETABCLOSE & FILETAB Commands

Eva Dierkes

This tutorial explains how to use the AutoCAD tab management commands to quickly change between active drawings and remove the drawing selector when it is not needed.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: PLATDB Command

Eva Dierkes

This week’s Promine’s AutoCAD tip of the week covers a useful trick to construct a take down back (TDB) in areas for truck dumping. This can be done using the PLATDB command.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of The Week: The Reverse Command

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This week’s Promine’s AutoCAD tip of the week covers a useful trick for inverting polylines. The reverse command allows to invert the start and endpoint of a polyline or line. This is useful when the selected linetype is not uniform and contains text or other markers that show a top or bottom, or left and right.

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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: Save and Insert Blocks

Eva Dierkes

The BLOCK command allows to save a drawing as a block. First, type in “BLOCK”, insert a block name and click “Pick point” to choose the base point of the block. Then, click “Select objects” and select the drawing you want to save as a block. Once the configuration is done, click “OK”.

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