Object-Snaps-Command-Modifier

Object Snaps (Command Modifier)

Object Snaps (Command Modifier)

Specifies a precise point at a location on an object.

Within a command, at a prompt to locate a point, specify an object snap

When you specify an object snap, the cursor snaps to the specified point on an object
closest to the center of the cursor. By default, a marker and a tooltip are displayed
when you move the cursor over the object snap location on an object.

Specify a Single Object Snap

If you specify a single object snap, it stays in effect only for the next point you
specify.

You can specify an object snap with any of the following methods:

  • Enter a object snap by typing its name. To see a list of valid object snaps, refer
    to the OSNAP command or the Drafting Settings Dialog Box.
  • Click an object snap from the Object Snap toolbar.
  • Click an object snap from the Object Snap shortcut menu. You can display this shortcut
    menu by pressing SHIFT while you right-click.

Use Running Object Snaps

Using the OSNAP or DSETTINGS commands, you can specify a set of running object snaps. Running object snaps are one or more object snaps that remain in effect as you work.

  • To turn running object snaps on and off, click the Object Snap button on the status
    bar or press F3.
  • Press TAB to cycle through the object snap possibilities before you specify the point.
  • To turn off running object snaps for the next point only, specify the None object
    snap.

Learning AutoCad

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