Copy objects a specified distance in a specified direction.
You can copy objects at a specified distance and direction from the originals. Use coordinates, grid snap, object snaps, and other tools to move objects with precision.• Click Menu “Editor/Copy”, or right click the object to choose “Copy”, or command enter “copy”.• Select objects to copy• Specify base point• Specify second point
The Copy-Paste feature in Windows can be used to transfer objects between various Windows applications, but it does not maintain the highest level of precision. To maintain precision, use command copy rather than Ctrl+C.
You can flip objects about a specified axis to create a symmetrical mirror image.
You flip objects about an axis called a mirror line to create a mirror image. To specify this temporary mirror line, you enter two points. You can choose whether to erase or retain the original objects.• Click Menu “Editor/Mirror”, or right click the object to choose “Mirror”, or command enter “mirror”. • Select objects to Mirror• Specify first point of mirror line• Specify second point of mirror line• Check if you need erase source objects? Enter Y or N
Creates an object that is parallel or concentric to the selected object at a specified distance.
Offset with the distance
Offset with pass-through point
Create copies of selected objects to be arranged in a pattern called an array, you choose the arrangement pattern. There are two types of arrays.
• Click Menu “Editor/Array”• Select “rectangle array”• Specify the objects that you want to duplicate.
Circular array• Click Menu “Editor/Array”• Select “Circular array”• Specify the objects that you want to duplicate.