## Efficiency Meets Precision: A Guide to Ortho and Polar Modes in AutoCAD

In the world of AutoCAD, where precision is paramount, understanding and harnessing specific drafting modes can significantly elevate your design proficiency. Among the arsenal of tools at your disposal, two modes stand out as keystones for precision drafting—Ortho and Polar modes. Precision is the backbone of any successful AutoCAD project, whether you’re crafting architectural blueprints … Read more

## How to Convert Circle to Polyline in AutoCAD? (3 Simple Tricks!)

In this post, we are going to look at 3 Simple Ways to Convert Circle to Polyline. This can be very useful when drawing a complex geometry consisting of several lines and circles. As well as, when drawing a polyline that needs to have an Arc section with a specific Radius or Diameter. I am … Read more

## How to Edit Mline Styles and Draw Parallel Multi-Polylines with Ease!

Mlines in AutoCAD are quite a forgotten thing. In my practice, I see those objects rare, and when I do it tends to be very limited use. That is strange though because with Mline we can draw Multiple Parallel Polylines at once. We can also predetermine the number of parallel lines drawn. Together with their … Read more

## How to rotate 2D Drawings in AutoCAD!

Rotate the view of AutoCAD Drawing, but Why? Why would we need to rotate an AutoCAD Drawing? Well, I can think of a dozen of reasons just on top of my mind. So let’s take a look at several examples:You receive a drawing which Coordinate System is rotated and X, Y are not directing the … Read more

## Auto-Rotate Multiple text Objects!

Rotate manually? We have multiple text objects aligned to a specific object. However, when we go to layout rotate the view and our text is turned upside down. What should we do? Rotate, rotate, rotate… until all the text is facing the “correct” way. Maybe if we are new to AutoCAD… Auto-Rotate Text in AutoCAD … Read more

## What is the better choice Xref or Block in AutoCAD?

Block or Xref what should we use? Blocks and Xrefs they look so similar if a person is new to AutoCAD. However, there are a lot of experienced users who are so used to blocks that they don’t even try to learn what a Xref is. The main difference between Block and Xref is that … Read more

## Open or Edit In-place? How to edit our Referenced drawing?

Our journey across Xref possibilities continues with one little task many of drafters would neglect and won’t spend time to learn more about it, but I personally think it is important to know When and How to edit your referenced drawings. Of course as most of the things in AutoCAD, editing can be done in … Read more