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Hi,
Trying to draw a square 10"x7".
can you help me figure out what's 1,2 (what 1 stands for and what 2 stands for) and What's 3,2 - 3,4 - 1,4 stands for?
I don't understand how it came out to be 2" square...

Thanks,
Estee

Hi, Trying to draw a square 10"x7". can you help me figure out what's 1,2 (what 1 stands for and what 2 stands for) and What's 3,2 - 3,4 - 1,4 stands for? I don't understand how it came out to be 2" square... Thanks, Estee

In the example of 1,2 - the 1 represents one unit in the positive X axis, while Y represents one unit in the positive Y axis.

If there is an @ symbol in front of it, then it is relative to the last entered point.

All of this explained in more detail with tutorial 1-1.

In the example of 1,2 - the 1 represents one unit in the positive X axis, while Y represents one unit in the positive Y axis. If there is an @ symbol in front of it, then it is relative to the last entered point. All of this explained in more detail with tutorial 1-1.

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