AutoCAD 2010 Tutorial #1- Introduction


Thanks for watching please leave a comment or thumbs up if this helped you out I will be makeing lots more of these AutoCAD tutorials so keep watching, i know this it 2011 but all the same features apply In this Video How to change the colour of the background in autoCAD how to change the save as file Turning on and off the Pola snap and Otho snap Short Cut Keys—Enter after all short keys to accept them— L Line C Circle F10 Polar Snap on/off F8 Ortho Snap FEEL FREE TO FOLLOW/ADD ME ON ANY OF MY OTHER SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES Youtube www.youtube.com Facebook www.facebook.com Xfire samusbam092 Steam Samus092 Skype samus092

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  1. @TheSamus1992
    thanks :)…i wasn’t able to click on the line tool…hehe…it’s my first time and i’m learning…thanks to your video… 🙂

  2. @BhaByAdiK102587 hmm cant draw a line thats weird, you may have a nother comand selected? just press ESC a heap of times then try typing L and enter see if it works, if not then there might be something wrong with your CAD

  3. i tried to do the same thing, but why can’t I draw a line? what did i miss…please help… 🙁

  4. yeah thats pretty simple to do
    just draw a square that is 1 1/2 on both sides as that is going to be as wide as what the circle will be then the easiest way to find the center of that is with out doing calculations is to just draw a cross in the center of the box from on corner to the other. then just get your circle tool out and go from the center of the circle out till it touches the box.

    hope the makes sense.

  5. yeah thats pretty simple to do
    just draw a square that is 1 1/2 on both sides as that is going to be as wide as what the circle will be then the easiest way to find the center of that is with out doing calculations is to just draw a cross in the center of the box from on corner to the other. then just get your circle tool out and go from the center of the circle out till it touches the box.

    hope the makes sense.

  6. @XVSProductions yeah it seems complicated but once you get to know it its pretty simple, thats just like any other program i suppose, like you properly thing AE is easy to use

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