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OK, did you look at the basic commands of the hand, and ideally a good understanding of what you are on the screen of AutoCAD. We are ready to prove the basic commands, and finally some shot. So how can we connect with AutoCAD and tell you what we get? There are four forms that follow, more or less in the order they appear in recent years. There are also two old methods, the tablet is called and display the sidebar, but not the cover.
1. Enter the commands in the command line
2. Select the menu commands in cascade.
3. Use the icons on the toolbar to activate the controls.
4. Use the ribbon, menus and icons.
Most orders are presented in four ways, and you can experiment with each method to see what you prefer. Over time they will settle in a particular way of dealing with AutoCAD or a combination of several.
Enter the commands in the command line
This was the original method of interacting with AutoCAD and remains the safest way to enter an order: the script for the old. AutoCAD is a CAD software, which has been using this method with the sole aim, while moving most of the other, graphical icons, toolbars and ribbons. If you do not write, it's probably not their preferred option.
|AutoCAD 2012 Command Line|
To use this method, simply enter the desired command (figures spelling!) On a command line and press Enter. The sequence starts and you can go. This method is (in a nice way of saying they have been using AutoCAD for all), still considered by many user preferences "legacy".
Select the menu commands in cascade.
|AutoCAD 2012 Menu Command|
This method was also present from the beginning. It shows a way to access almost all AutoCAD commands, and in fact many students to learn with each start as crash course on what is available, a fun, but very effectively AutoCAD.
Use the icons on the toolbar to activate the controls
|AutoCAD 2012 Toolbar Command|
This method gives AutoCAD has changed from DOS to Windows in the 1990s and is a favorite of a generation of users, the toolbars were a familiar sight in almost all software these days. Toolbars contain sets of icons, organized into categories (Drawing toolbar, the toolbar, Edit, etc.). Click on the desired icon, and a command is issued. A disadvantage of the toolbars and developed the baseband is that a lot of space and can not be the most effective way to organize the commands on the screen.
Use the ribbon, menus and icons.
|AutoCAD 2012 Ribbon Command|
This is the latest to interact with AutoCAD and follows a new trend in designing user interface software. A collection of maps, which is a thematic category, the top (Home, Insert, take notes, etc.), and each tab displays a comprehensive collection of tools (draw, modify, notes, etc.). In the bottom of the band, other options can be found in the fall by the arrows. Thus, the toolbars in what is basically an organized and logical space again.
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