Multiline command tutorial in AutoCAD

By | February 26, 2014

If you want to draw a object which is created lines parallel. You can use Line command to draw a line and then perform Offset or Copy command. AutoCAD follow to draw many lines the same time with Multiline command. This command can call Mline. Today I will help you to practice it with multiline command tutorial in AutoCAD.

How to practice Multiline command?

Step 1: Start the command

Select Draw on toolbar and then click on Multiline.

Start Multiline command

Start Multiline command

Or enter ML on command line > press Space

Step 2: Draw

Follow default in AutoCAD, Mline of style is STANDARD, scale is 1 and justification is top.

Specify start point or [Justification/Scale/STyle]: choose first point that Mline pass through.

Select the first point that Mline pass

Click the first point

There are three options. If you would like to change Mline of style, you must select Style option.

Specify start point or [Justification/Scale/STyle]: ST > press Space > enter style’s name > press Space.

If you want to change Mline’s size, you select Scale option

Specify start point or [Justification/Scale/STyle]: S > press Space > enter scale’s value > press Space.

If you want to change Mline’s justification, you select the Justification option.

Specify start point or [Justification/Scale/STyle]: J > press Space > choose justification type (top or bottom, zero).

Specify next point: choose the second point that Mline pass through.

This is a tutorial select the second point that muline pass,

Click the second point

Specify next point or [Undo]: choose the third point that Mline pass through or U > press Space. With Undo option will back action.

This is a tutorial to select the third point that mline pass.

Click the third point

Specify next point or [Close/Undo]: choose the fourth point that Mline pass through or C > press Space. With Close option will connect start point and end point together.

Select the fourth point that Mline pass.

Click the fourth point

with Close option will connect start point and end point.

Close option

Specify next point or [Close/Undo]: press Space to end command.

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