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Re: Documenting frame sketches

09-18-2013 03:56 PM in reply to: jeanchile

The centerline bisector is the trick I needed thank you.  I dont have an intersection option when I right click on a line though. My right click menu is shown here. I am using 2012.right click.png

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Re: Documenting frame sketches

09-18-2013 06:38 PM in reply to: skyeg3

skyeg3 wrote:

I dont have an intersection option when I right click on a line though.....


That's because you need to be "in" the dimension command. Start the general dimension tool, select a line, then right click. You should see this:

Intersection1.JPG

After you select "Intersection" when you move over to the other line you should see this:

Intersection2.png

Then you have to go through the selection process again for the intersection at the other end if there is one.

 

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