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Have You Tried: AutoCAD Grips – Just Grip It!


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We’re very excited for the Have You Tried this month—and we think you will be, too!  This month is all about grips in AutoCAD.

Grips are amazing tools that can be used to quickly manipulate objects. You can stretch, move, copy, rotate, and more without having to type a command or click on the ribbon.

Once you master editing objects using grips, you’ll wonder how you ever got by without them.      

AutoCAD Grip Examples

In this Have You Tried, we’ll go over how AutoCAD grips and how to:

  • Use grip modes
  • Change the base point of a grip while editing
  • Make multiple copies of an object
  • Use a rotation snap while copying
  • Use a distance snap while copying
  • Work with grip menus
  • Select multiple grips while stretching

Learn how to make changes to objects using grips with the step-by-step examples in the Have You Tried: Just Grip It! topic.

Keep the Feedback Coming

Thanks for all the great feedback submitted so far. Because of the great feedback, we have been able to improve the topics in the AutoCAD Online Help system.

The best way to submit feedback is by using the “Was this helpful?” section located at the bottom of every Help topic. Let us know what you like or don’t like about a topic or provide suggestions for other subjects that you’d like to see covered in greater detail. The more specific your comments, the better.

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