To-Specify-a-Point-From-a-Temporary-Reference-Point

To Specify a Point From a Temporary Reference Point

To Specify a Point From a Temporary Reference Point

  1. At a prompt for a point, enter from. Alternately, press Shift and right-click to display the object snap menu, and then
    choose From.
  2. If you want to offset from a location on an existing object, specify an object snap,
    and select the object snap point.
  3. Enter a relative coordinate such as @1,0.

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