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Drafting Settings are settings that serve to facilitate the drawing process so that the resulting image is more accurate and precise. Drafting Settings consists of several sub settings including Snap and Grid, Polar Tracking, Object Snap, 3D Object Snap, Dynamic Input, Quick Properties, and Selection Cycling.


AutoCAD: Drafting Setting

1. Snap and Grid

Snap is an imaginary auxiliary point to facilitate depiction in AutoCAD, while the grid is an imaginary "checkbox" for easy depiction in AutoCAD. The distance between points or lines can be adjusted according to need. There are two ways to enable Snap and Grid settings in AutoCAD.

snap
Snap
grid
Grid

The first method is to activate the Drafting Settings first.
1) Type "dsettings" in the command bar

2) Press Enter

3) Select the Snap and Grid menu
Drafting Setting Commands
Drafting Setting Commands
4) Then select the "Snap and Grid" menu

Snap and Grid Settings
Snap and Grid Settings

2. Polar Tracking

I usually leave this function by default (left as before).

Polar Tracking
Polar Tracking

3. Object Snap

Object Snap is very helpful in the drawing process so that each point and line is formed correctly and precisely. Usually, I activate all existing Snap object functions.

Object Snap
Object Snap






4. 3D Object Snap

I usually leave this function by default (left as before).

3D Object Snap
3D Object Snap

5. Dynamic Input

I usually leave this function by default (left as before).

Dynamic Input
Dynamic Input

6. Quick Properties

I usually leave this function by default (left as before).

Quick Properties
Quick Properties
7. Selection Cycling

I usually leave this function by default (left as before).

Selection Cycling
Selection Cycling
Ok, the tutor's friend, the article I made, hopefully useful.

AutoCAD: Drafting Setting

Drafting Settings are settings that serve to facilitate the drawing process so that the resulting image is more accurate and precise. Drafting Settings consists of several sub settings including Snap and Grid, Polar Tracking, Object Snap, 3D Object Snap, Dynamic Input, Quick Properties, and Selection Cycling.


AutoCAD: Drafting Setting

1. Snap and Grid

Snap is an imaginary auxiliary point to facilitate depiction in AutoCAD, while the grid is an imaginary "checkbox" for easy depiction in AutoCAD. The distance between points or lines can be adjusted according to need. There are two ways to enable Snap and Grid settings in AutoCAD.

snap
Snap
grid
Grid

The first method is to activate the Drafting Settings first.
1) Type "dsettings" in the command bar

2) Press Enter

3) Select the Snap and Grid menu
Drafting Setting Commands
Drafting Setting Commands
4) Then select the "Snap and Grid" menu

Snap and Grid Settings
Snap and Grid Settings

2. Polar Tracking

I usually leave this function by default (left as before).

Polar Tracking
Polar Tracking

3. Object Snap

Object Snap is very helpful in the drawing process so that each point and line is formed correctly and precisely. Usually, I activate all existing Snap object functions.

Object Snap
Object Snap






4. 3D Object Snap

I usually leave this function by default (left as before).

3D Object Snap
3D Object Snap

5. Dynamic Input

I usually leave this function by default (left as before).

Dynamic Input
Dynamic Input

6. Quick Properties

I usually leave this function by default (left as before).

Quick Properties
Quick Properties
7. Selection Cycling

I usually leave this function by default (left as before).

Selection Cycling
Selection Cycling
Ok, the tutor's friend, the article I made, hopefully useful.