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Summary

In this chapter, you have learned about controlling various AutoCAD settings when creating a drawing with the Today page, and during the current drawing session through different menu commands and dialog boxes. By controlling AutoCAD’s drafting settings, you can develop an environment that’s appropriate for your needs.

The insight you gained in this chapter is expanded upon in Chapter 3, “Controlling the AutoCAD 2002 Drawing Environment,” where you learn about controlling AutoCAD’s behavior with the core system control: the Options dialog box.


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