2012 is off and running and so is Autodesk! So many exciting things going on - I think 2012 is going to be a great year.
I thought I'd kick off the weekend with a handy AutoCAD tip!
An AutoCAD Hip Tip on the Break Command
We often use the BREAK command to karate chop an object (break it in the same spot twice). The AutoCAD ribbon takes an extra step to do this (and we hate extra steps - don't we?). Check out my video that shows you the super speedy means of doing this as well as how to add this handy tool to the ribbon!
Note: If you have your OSNAPS on - you could get a gap. Be sure to turn your OSNAPS off to get this to work properly! (should have mentioned this in the video)
This tool allows you to select the object to break at the exact location you also want to break it at - saving you an extra step (and those extra steps all add up - don't they?).
So go ahead and try it - and kill two birds with one stone. (come to think of it - that is really a terrible phrase! Poor birds!).
Enjoy your weekend...