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Graphics Grid:New Feature: Graphic Grid. The Grid space is the area within a drawn object that is dedicated to displaying a grid, as well as how the grid lines are displayed. The grid can be permanently in place, or it can have a user-adjustable appearance and appearance options, including a full grid, a partial grid, no grid, or only the axis lines. (video: 1:52 min.)New Feature: Graphic Grid. The Grid space is the area within a drawn object that is dedicated to displaying a grid, as well as how the grid lines are displayed. The grid can be permanently in place, or it can have a user-adjustable appearance and appearance options, including a full grid, a partial grid, no grid, or only the axis lines. (video: 1:52 min.) Graphic Grids: Grids provide a visual reference for the design and construction process. They’re based on the built environment and an understanding of the practice of engineering. They facilitate planning and design.Grid lines can be drawn automatically or manually.Drawing Utilities:Clip: Clip edges of drawn objects. Use the AutoCAD Clipboard as a temporary storage area for drawing objects. Select objects for clip and copy to the Clipboard.Clip: Clip edges of drawn objects. Use the AutoCAD Clipboard as a temporary storage area for drawing objects. Select objects for clip and copy to the Clipboard. Text Fields: Create and apply text fields to a single point or an area of the drawing. Add text with editable fields, modify the fields, and adjust the text.Drawing Utilities:Snap: Match lines or curves along a path by creating a face that has been aligned with a coordinate. The faces are based on a path and can be moved relative to the path or object to which they are attached.Outline: Draw or select an area, click and drag with the selection handles, and then delete the selected area.Outline: Draw or select an area, click and drag with the selection handles, and then delete the selected area. Support for the Fence feature of previous releases is expanded in this release with the addition of new commands for drawing intersecting fences.Pivot: Hold the cursor over an object to display the pivot point of the object.Pivot: Hold the cursor over an object to display the pivot point of the object. 2be273e24d

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