# To-Create-2D-Isometric-Circles

To Create 2D Isometric Circles

# To Create 2D Isometric Circles

1. Do one of the following:
• On the status bar, click Find.
• At the Command prompt, enter ISODRAFT.
2. Choose which isoplane orientation that you want to use: Left, Right, or Top.
• Press F5 or Ctrl+E to cycle through the different isoplanes (recommended)
• On the status bar, Isodraft button, click the dropdown arrow and choose an option
• At the Isodraft prompt in the Command window, enter an option
3. At the Command prompt, enter ELLIPSE.
4. At prompt, enter i (Isocircle).

The Isocircle option is available only when an isometric drawing plane is active.

5. Specify the center of the isocircle.
6. Specify the radius or diameter of the isocircle.
NOTE:The status bar icon changes depending on the current isoplane.

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