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To draw a line segment followed by an arc polyline segment

  1. Do one of the following:
    • Choose Insert > Polyline.
    • On the Draw 2D toolbar, click the Polyline tool ().
    • Type polyline, and then press Enter.
  2. Specify the start point.
  3. Specify the endpoint.
  4. In the prompt box, choose Draw Arcs.
  5. Specify the endpoint of the arc segment.
  6. To complete the command, choose Done.

 

Polyline start point (A), line endpoint/arc start point (B), and arc endpoint (C).

You can edit entire polylines and individual segments using the Edit Polyline tool () on the Modify toolbar. You can convert the polyline into individual arc and line entities using the Explode tool () on the Modify toolbar. You can control whether wide polylines are shown filled or as outlines using the Fill tool () on the Settings toolbar.

Drawing polylines

Draw a polyline with straight segments

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