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AutoCAD 2010 Tips – Keyboard

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  • Kumar Yadav

    Hi,

    The information, you shared is very interesting, I would like to know more about Autodesk Inventor 2010

  • Kumar Yadav

    Hi,

    The information, you shared is very interesting, I would like to know more about Autodesk Inventor 2010

  • http://NA Kumar Yadav

    Hi,

    The information, you shared is very interesting, I would like to know more about Autodesk Inventor 2010

  • Jacob Levy

    Hi,
    I tried to apply the tip, unfortunately I didn’t not obtained the expected result. I pressed Alt and 001, and the other options, with no result. What is wrong with me?
    By the way I set the environment to 2D Drafting & Annotation.
    Thank you.

  • Jacob Levy

    Hi,
    I tried to apply the tip, unfortunately I didn’t not obtained the expected result. I pressed Alt and 001, and the other options, with no result. What is wrong with me?
    By the way I set the environment to 2D Drafting & Annotation.
    Thank you.

  • http://www.CADProfessor.in/ sunithbabu

    Hi, After you open AutoCAD 2010 and come to the drawing view (any environment) , you just need to press the Alt Key, rest is taken care. Now press the appropriate words that is displayed in the tool.

    Hope this helps
    Sunith Babu
    CADProfessor.in

  • http://www.CADProfessor.in sunithbabu

    Hi, After you open AutoCAD 2010 and come to the drawing view (any environment) , you just need to press the Alt Key, rest is taken care. Now press the appropriate words that is displayed in the tool.

    Hope this helps
    Sunith Babu
    CADProfessor.in

  • David

    Hi, I thought I might point out a problem I was having with these Key Tips. If I had the Menu Bar set to hidden, my F10 key would bring the Key Tips up just like the ALT key does. It was frustrating because AutoCAD would try to match whatever you type next to the Key Tips, instead of whatever command you wanted to begin. So, you would have to hit ESC and then type in your command. It may be just my machine though, too. Nobody else seemed to know much about it.

    Thanks

  • David

    Hi, I thought I might point out a problem I was having with these Key Tips. If I had the Menu Bar set to hidden, my F10 key would bring the Key Tips up just like the ALT key does. It was frustrating because AutoCAD would try to match whatever you type next to the Key Tips, instead of whatever command you wanted to begin. So, you would have to hit ESC and then type in your command. It may be just my machine though, too. Nobody else seemed to know much about it.

    Thanks

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