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    Hi all,
    I used the measure command to place points along a polyline. I'd like to draw a poly from the points that were created. I can't seem to snap to those points. I don't see anywhere to get the osnaps to snap. Any ideas? I''ve googled and no luck.

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    Do you have node turned on in your snaps? Node allows you to snap to a point.
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    aaaah! I see sz the blind man!
    Many thx!

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