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Topic 2: 2D & 3D Modification Tools
|2D - 3D Modify Tools|
|Split||Split multiple parallel elements at one time||A||Split one element at a time. Sometimes it is difficult to select what you want, if you are in a crowded space, as you cannot select the item first before invoking the command||C|
|Break||No Equivalent. A workaround is to trim between 2 line elements||C-||Break With Gap: For walls only. Gap size needs to be a number between 1/16" and 1'-0"||C|
|Extend - Adjust | Trim/Extend||Extend multiple items at same time. Select items to extend then the element to extend to.||A||Extending multiple lines requires separate multiple cursor clicks||C|
|Fillet - Intersect & Fillet/Chamfer | Trim Extend to Corner||Select 2 or more elements then start the command. Prompted with a dialog to select Fillet or Chamfer. Radius and chamfer size is entered in the dialog box.||B||Start the command then select elements. Trim/Extend to Corner command is great for 0" raduis fillets. A fillet with a radius requires to use the Fillet Arc option, found in the selection of drafting tools displayed for one of the line commands. A bit confusing to the first time user who is looking for fillet command among the modify tools. Start command then select linework. Specify fillet radius in the options bar. Walls cannot be filleted directly with a raduis. You need to draw 2D filleted linwork, then use the linework (Pick Lines option) to create the walls from.||C|
|Trim/Extend||Built-in keyboard shortcut via the Ctrl key. Trim geometry on drawing, using one or 2 cutting planes. Or define cutting edge on the fly within the command. Trim multiple items at same time.||A+||Trim multiple items, one click at a time. Cannot trim between two cutting edges||C-|