You can use a variety of precision drawing tools to help you produce accurate drawings quickly and without performing tedious calculations.
For precise coordinate input, you can use several coordinate system entry methods. You can also use a movable coordinate system, the user coordinate system (UCS), for convenient coordinate entry and to establish workplanes.
Dynamic Input provides a command interface near the cursor to help you keep your focus in the drafting area.
Instead of entering coordinates, you can specify points relative to existing objects such as endpoints of lines or center points of circles.
Several tools are available that you can use to restrict or lock the movement of your cursor.
To specify a new point location, you can combine coordinate values from several points or you can specify offsets from existing objects.
When specifying a point, you can enter distances, offsets, and measured intervals.
The inquiry and calculation commands can provide information about objects in your drawing and do useful calculations.
You can access a calculator function as you work with the program. You can use either the QuickCalc calculator interface or the command line calculator.