How to use line command in AutoCAD

By | January 6, 2014

With Line command, you can create a series of contiguous line segments or independent line segments. Each segment is a line object that can be edited separately. Unlike many AutoCAD’s drawing commands, Line offers two options.

Close option: When you create one more contiguous line segment and want to connect the end point with the first point, you type C > press Enter or Space.

Undo option: When want to remove the most near drawn segment. You can type U > press Enter or Space.

These steps to use the Line command as following:

Step 1: Click the Line button on the Draw toolbar, or type shortcut is L and then pressing Enter.

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Line command – Step 1

Step 2: Draw line segments by picking point 1 > point 2 > point 3 > point 4.

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Line command pick 1 point

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Line command pick 2 point

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Line command pick 3 point

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Line command pick 4 point

Step 3: Type C > press Space or Enter or click right of mouse to complete figure and the end command. Or pick point 1 > press Space to the end command.

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Line command -Step 3 with Close option

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Line command – step 3 by picking first point

Note: If you want to repeat line command, you can press Space or Enter or click right of mouse.

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