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Using AutoTrack

AutoTrack is a feature that was first introduced with AutoCAD 2000. It’s actually made up of two features. The first, Object Snap Tracking, was originally introduced with Release 14, and is enhanced in this new release. The other, Polar Tracking, was new in AutoCAD 2000. Together, these two tracking features are collectively called AutoTrack.

AutoTrack creates temporary alignment paths: dashed construction lines that appear onscreen to help you identify pick points. When your cursor properly aligns with the preset Polar or Object Snap Tracking angle, the dashed line appears, and your cursor is constrained to it. This simplifies the identification of potential pick points.


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