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1. Objects on the layer are visible or invisible but are still considered when the drawing is regenerated

2. To move by grips

3. Allows user to visually see and select angle of lines

4. Elongated circles with two diameters called axes.

5. Which commands remove geometry from the drawing?

6. Draws a portion of a circle

7. Objects must line up or overlap in order to be joined.

8. Arranges multiple copies of the object(s) in circular patterns.

9. Displays as an independent window in the drawing area.

10. When the copy option is selected on a _______ a copy of the object is rotated -leaving the original object in its current position

11. You can make a _____ of an object while its being rotated

12. In Polar tracking - ___________overrides to ortho mode which will only draw 90 degree increments

13. The lines will extend or trim to make a corner.

14. Extend objects to meet a boundary object.

15. Enlarges or reduces objects.

16. In ERASE - to _______ an object - hold shift and click object desired to be unselected from the erasing process

17. Command used to rotate object in the drawing

18. You can select the object and the number of rows and columns

19. Trims objects at a cutting edge defined by other objects.

20. Select the base point (non-rotated point) followed by the the second point of displacement (where the object is being copied to)

21. Four ____________: 1. 2D Drafting and Annotation 2. 3D Modeling 3. AutoCAD Classic 4. Initial Setup Workspace

22. Makes objects on the layer visible or invisible and are not considered when drawing is regenerated

23. Erases part of an object or splits the object in two.

24. OOPS command Does not erase all work done since ________

25. Arranges multiple copies of the object(s) in rows and columns.

26. enables you to reposition an object in the drawing by selecting a base point (where the object is moving from) - followed by a point where the object is moving to

27. This command allows you to retrieve geometry accidentally erased

28. To round (fillet) the edges of objects.

29. Makes a duplicate of an object.

30. You can select a layer and lock it from editing or unlock a layer and edit it with this command option

31. Different Ways to _____ Polar Tracking: 1) Status bar at bottom of the screen 2) Right Click "on/off"

32. Allows you to use coordinate values to specify a relative distance and direction from the base point you selected

33. Command abbreviations; 1-3 letters. Examples: C for circle; L for line

34. Commands that enable you to create an object.

35. You must enter the number of sides - whether the polygon is Inscribed or Circumscribed in relation to the circle - and radius of the circle.

36. Keystroke for selecting different object snaps

37. Bevels the edge of an object

38. Will copy text

39. Method For Erasing select objects

40. Running in the background - allowing you to hover over the object in order to snap to preselected parts

41. Gives these Options: 1) Erase 2) Copy 3) Move 4) Scale 5) Rotate 6) Draw order

42. Displaces (moves) an object a specified distance in a specified direction.

43. Creates an equilateral closed polyline.

44. Removes what you have just done with one keystroke.

45. Gives you dimensioning information

46. 1) Architectural 2) Decimal 3) Engineering 4) Fractional 5) Scientific

47. Specify the exact snap you wish to use

48. 1) Length 2) Angle 3) Insertion Scale 4) Sample output 5) Lighting

49. Only _______ can be matched - not actual line lengths

50. 2 Ways of Rotating: 1) Entering an angle of the rotation 2) Entering a _________ and then entering a new angle of the reference angle