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Turning grips on and off

You can turn the use of grips on and off and control the size and color of grips.

To change grip settings

  1. Do one of the following:
    • Choose Settings > Drawing Settings.
    • On the Settings toolbar, click the Drawing Settings tool ().
    • Type ddgrips and then press Enter.
  2. In the Drawing Settings dialog box, click the Display tab.
  3. In the Change Settings For list, click Grips.
  4. Change the desired settings, and then click OK.

Editing with grips

To use grips for editing, you select an entity to display the grips, and then click a grip to make it active. The grip you select depends on the type of entity you're modifying and the editing operation you're performing. For example, to move a line entity, drag it by its midpoint grip. To stretch the line, drag one of the endpoint grips. You do not need to enter a command when using grips.

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