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    mibberz
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    ok i am a newbie when it comes to all this, i grabed the copy of autocad from uni and i am trying to get it working

    i have installed and i want to be able to enter this boject i have made on paper so i can get about 50 of the plasma/laser cut

    first i want to make a long 2dimential rectangle
    is there a button i can press to enter values that i want it to be?



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    mibberz
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    ok next question (kinda worked the first one out my self by pressing f7 and f9 and roughly drawing the object) i would like to get all the sides the right lengths now so can someone tell me how to edit these values?

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    Sadly, AutoCAD is not the kind of application you can just pick up and start using. I susspect that if your question were answered, you would have to ask another directly.

    Can I suggest that you look through the tutorials at CADTutor.net to familiarize yourself with the basics. You might then stand a reasonable chance of completing your project on time
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    Curses! i want quick fix answers!


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    i am useing autocad2002 will they be much diffrent from the other tutes?

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    No, follow the AutoCAD 2000i tutorials - you will hardly notice any differences.
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    ok how do i enter dimentions for a rectangle? i put in 5X102 and it doesnt accept it, is there a way of doing lengthXwidth?

    what format do i have to enter it as?

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    The lowerleft corner in coordinates, for instance 0,0. Than the upper right corner in coordinates, for instance 5,4...

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    im after a rectangle thats 15.253inch'sX.256inchs

    no matter wat i do it looks like this


    -----------------
    | . . .. . . . . |
    | . . .. . . . . |
    | . . .. . . . . |
    -----------------


    instead of

    |================|

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    first point (0,0) second point (256,15.253) type without the ( and the )...

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