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Dibujo Computadorizado

Tecla Esc, esta sirve para borrar comandos que hayan quedado guardados en el Autocad. El punto (.), este nos sirve para los decimales. La coma (,) nos sirve para las coordenadas. La letra E más Intro, nos sirve para borrar La letra Z más Intro, nos sirve para hacer zoom, luego le apretamos E más Intro y la pantalla se nos extiende. De igual modo se puede usar la rueda del mouse. Escribimos Save más Intro y este comando hace que se nos guarde al lugar que nosotros deseemos. Comando C: círculo Para realizar un círculo en autocad, lo que tenemos que hacer que hacer es muy sencillo solamente apretamos la letra C más Intro y nos va a tirar un círculo, y dos cuadritos (x,y) que es para poner las coordenadas y así indicar donde deseamos que el círculo sea ubicado, después de eso nos tira otro cuadrito que es para poner de cuanto deseamos que se el tamaño de dicho círculo. En caso de que no salga el círculo, se escribe Regen más Intro. Comando L: línea Se pone la letra L más Intro. En caso de que queramos hacer una línea desde el centro de un círculo, hacia el centro de otro. Vamos a Tools + Drafting Settings + Object Snap + Center. Para escribir ponemos Text más Intro. Para el tipo de letra, Format + Text Style + Standard + y ahí escogemos el tipo de letra que deseamos utilizar. Para guardar en PDF, Plot + Intro + Printer + DWG to PDF.…...

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