Enter commands on the command Line
To enter a command you can use the keyboard. Some commands have abbreviated names called command aliases. Using the keyboard, type the full command name or command alias on the command line and press ENTER or SPACEBAR.
Specify Command Options
You will either see a set of options or a dialog box when you enter commands on the command line. For example, when you enter the circle at the command prompt, the following prompt will be displayed: CIRCLE Specify center point for circle or [3P/2P/Ttr/Arc/Multiple]:
Enter the letters capitalized in one of the options in the brackets to try a different option.
Press SPACEBAR or ENTER to execute commands. You can also right-click your pointing device after entering command names or responses to prompts.
Repeat and Cancel Commands
If you want to repeat the command you just executed, press ENTER or SPACEBAR, or right-click your pointing device at the command prompt.
Related tutorial video:
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- Toolbars 00:47
- Menus and Shortcut Menus 00:47
- View 01:43
- Extrude 01:44
- Visual Style 01:47
- Enter command on the command line 01:50
- Cleanscreenoff 02:09
- Cleanscreenon 02:09
- Cleanscreenstate system variable 02:09
- Status bar related setting 02:21
- Dynamic input 02:28
- Options command 02:39
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