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## What is collinear in AutoCAD?

Collinear (GCCOLLINEAR) **Causes two or more line segments to lie along the same line**. Symmetric (GCSYMMETRIC) Causes selected objects to become symmetrically constrained about a selected line.

## What does a collinear constraint do?

The collinear constraint **causes selected lines or ellipse axes to lie on the same line**.

## What is Ddim in AutoCAD?

AutoCAD’s clever use of the Family method of setup enables you to create overall dimension **settings** ( Parent settings) for the drawing with different settings for each of its six children: Linear , Radial , Diameter , Ordinal , Angular , and Leader . …

## What is a perpendicular constraint?

Perpendicular constraint **fixes two lines at 90 degrees to one another**. For a line and a circle/arc the perpendicular constraint fixes the center of circle/arc to be on a line.

## What do u mean by collinear?

1 : **lying on or passing through the same straight line**.

## What is non collinear?

: not collinear: a **: not lying or acting in the same straight line** noncollinear forces. b : not having a straight line in common noncollinear planes.

## Why I Cannot do fillet in AutoCAD?

This happens because AutoCAD is **3D capable software and cannot connect objects that have no intersection point in 3D space**. To make it work you just have to change all Elevations to 0, or at least have them at equal one.

## What are the AutoCAD commands?

Manage Workflow

Ctrl+A | Select all objects |
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Ctrl+V | Paste object |

Ctrl+Shift+C | Copy to clipboard with base point |

Ctrl+Shift+V | Paste data as block |

Ctrl+Z | Undo last action |

## How do you use Dimrotation?

**Here’s how:**

- DIMROTATED <enter>
- Specify the angle that you want the dimension to be perpendicular to by picking 2 points.
- Pick the 2 points to start the dimension.
- Place the dimension.