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Import to AutoCAD from other drawing formats, including DXF, DWG, DGN, PDF, Open Drawings Exchange (ODF) and PDF, JPG, GIF and PNG.Insert and Edit Points with Circle Sets and Filled Polygons:Create a circle set for use in editing simple geometric shapes, like circles, squares, rectangles and arcs, by using the Insert Point option.Draw a filled polygon with multiple, connected line segments and edit points. These points are not associated with any feature, so they are part of the drawing layer, making them editable with any application or drawing editor. (video: 1:15 min.)Import and Edit Complex Geometric Shapes:Import points from an imported or created PDF to edit a shape.Draw and edit complex geometric shapes, including curves, splines and Bézier curves, with snap-to points.Reorganize and Edit Points and Polygons:Drag and drop an existing point to a different location within the drawing, or remove a point or remove an entire polygon.Copy and move points with the Copy and Move command.Add and edit a polygon with a selection of points, but not necessarily every point in the drawing.Use the Reposition command to create a new, smaller polygon from the original.Paste an existing point as an edited point.Change the number of points in a polygon by using the Polygon Options tool.The Polygon Options tool is also a button available on the Edit Polygon toolbar.Edit the center point of a polygon with the Center Point tool.Insert in-line points using the In-Line option.Edit Aligned Polygons:Create aligned polygon groups from any number of polygons and use them to position or set a layer’s origin, as well as create and edit a drawing. (video: 1:40 min.)Use reference lines to align multiple polygon layers.Modify the angle of a polygon using the Angle option.Add a new layer, group and insert layer.Use a dimension angle scale to scale drawing objects.Use object snaps to align a layer’s origin.Use one of the drawing styles to position a layer’s origin and scale objects.Draw 2be273e24d

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