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Earlier we learned How to Move, Copy, and Erase objects from the modify panel.
Now we will learn how to Rotate objects by using the Rotate command. So, let’s get start
About Rotate command
1) Rotate command is a very important and useful command in AutoCAD. This command is placed in the Modify panel in the Home tab.
2) This is useful to rotate any object from any base point in a 360 angle direction. Follow these steps to use this command.
3) This command is placed in the modified panel in the Home tab.
4) Or we can type ‘RO’ in the command bar for invoking this command.
5) After selecting this command, select the object which we want to do spin.
7) Then AutoCAD asks you to specify the base point. Select any base point from where we want to rotate the object.
8) AutoCAD will ask for a specific angle of rotation. Give any angle as needed in 360 angle direction.
9) The command is working in an anti-clockwise direction. To rotate any line or object on the lower side, we have to give a negative angle. e.g. -30.
10) The object will be rotated.
Example of the Rotate command
Follow these steps
1) I want to rotate this rectangle at an angle of 30 degrees in the clockwise direction.
2) Select this command from the modified panel in the Home tab. Or type ‘RO’ in the command bar and press Enter.
3) Select the whole rectangle by the ‘Right to left’ selection method.
5) Select the base point. I will select a corner point as a base point as shown in the image.
6) I want to rotate it 30 degrees in the clockwise direction. So, give rotation angle -30 as shown. Press the ‘Enter’ key or ‘Right-click’.
7) A rectangle will rotate at 30 degrees.
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