We’re excited to share another Have You Tried article with you this month.
Ever needed to place several evenly spaced objects like a block of a light post, or trees along a street or walking path? You might have evaluated the length, did a little math, and then figured out how far apart each object needed to be.
But there’s a faster way!
DIVIDE and MEASURE can help you to divide an object equally or based on a specific interval, and place points or blocks along an object.
In this Have You Tried, we’ll cover how to perform the following:
- Set a point style
- Divide an object with the DIVIDE and MEASURE commands
- Place blocks at equal intervals
Learn about the DIVIDE and MEASURE commands in AutoCAD with the step-by-step examples in Have You Tried: Divide and Measure Commands topic.
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