Uses of Polylines in AutoCAD

  • A polyline is an object in AutoCAD that consists of one or more line (or arc) segments. A rectangle is an example of a polyline that you are already familiar with. As you’ve seen, it is one object that can be modified and worked with easier than four separate lines.
  • A 2D polyline is a connected sequence of segments created as a single planar object. You can create straight line segments, arc segments, or a combination of the two.

Benefits of Ploylines:

  • From the moment a polyline contains more than one segment, the area becomes a property.

  • One or more selected polylines can be closed or opened by changing the closed property from no to yes, and vice versa.

  • line width can be applied on plines only.

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Source:  http://cad-training-institute.blogspot.in/2016/11/uses-of-polylines-in-autocad.html

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