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Rotating In The Z-Axis

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03-13-2001 09:48 PM
I have an object that I would like to rotate 90 degrees in the Z axis. Is this possible in AutoCAD LT98? How can I do so?
*Rudolph, Dietmar
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Re: Rotating In The Z-Axis

03-13-2001 11:29 PM in reply to: DStrood
>I have an object that I would like to rotate 90 degrees in the Z axis. Is this possible in AutoCAD LT98? How can I do so?

AutoCAD LT will always rotate around the current Z axis. The trick is
to use the UCS command and place the Z axis in such a way that you get
the rotation you want.

Dietmar Rudolph

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*St, Buckle
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Re: Rotating In The Z-Axis

03-14-2001 10:03 AM in reply to: DStrood
Rotate the UCS about the X axis 90o first. Then use rotate.

DStrood wrote:

> I have an object that I would like to rotate 90 degrees in the Z axis.
> Is this possible in AutoCAD LT98? How can I do so?

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