How to set grid in AutoCAD? Grid Settings in AutoCAD
The grid is a rectangular pattern comprised of regular dots. It extends only to the limit of the drawing, helping you to visualize the boundary of your drawing and to align entities and visualize distances between entities. You can turn the grid on and off as needed. You can also change the spacing of the grid at any time. You can set grids through the GRID button right-click in autocad. Select SET in the right menu to open the Drafting Settings dialog box, and set grid spacing in X and Y axis in the “ specify and grid” bar ( e.g. picture 1). Specify the frequency of the main grid line to the sub-grid line, and also specify the density of the grid and control the grid within the specified region, etc.
You also can set the grid spacing and open the grid setting display through the GRID command in ZWCAD+. The steps are the following: Command: grid Specify grid spacing(X) or [ON/OFF/Snap/Aspect] <10.0000>: a Specify the horizontal spacing(X) <10.0000>:10 Specify the vertical spacing(Y) <10.0000>: 10 Command: grid Specify grid spacing(X) or [ON/OFF/Snap/Aspect] <10.0000>: on
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