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Any location on a drawing can be identified by its horizontal distance from the origin, followed by its vertical distance from the same starting point. AutoCAD shows Cartesian coordinates as a pair of numbers separated by a comma. The number to the left of the comma is the X (horizontal) coordinate, and the value to the right is the Y (vertical) coordinate. When working in three dimensions (see Chapter 21), you add a third coordinate: Z. The Importance of Being DWG To take full advantage of AutoCAD in your work environment, be aware of the DWG file format — the format in which AutoCAD saves drawings.
The lines and circles that you create will make up a simple bicycle. You always start commands by clicking a button in the application window, or by entering its name in a text entry area called the command line. In this exercise and others in this book, AutoCAD's command line entries look like this, and you type the commands and responses shown in bold. Press Enter after each command or response that you type. Don’t add spaces on either side of a commas! AutoCAD treats pressing the spacebar the same as pressing Enter in most situations.