The points of an object can be rotated relative to each
other. While this technique is not used often, it can be useful in certain
Before points can be rotated, the Edit Points
button must be pressed to turn on point editing mode. See Editing Points for more information.
To rotate points:
Click the Rotate tool that is found to the left of the screen, or press
the R key on your keyboard.
Hold the Shift key and click on each of the points you wish to rotate to
select them. More than one point should be selected.
Click and hold the left mouse button on one of the points, then move the mouse
to rotate all selected points. Alternately, press the Enter key to rotate
the points manually.
most cases it is easier to rotate the entire object instead of rotating points.
For more information, see Rotating Objects.
angle snapping is enabled, rotated points will snap to the Snap angle that has
been set in the Snap Settings dialog.
Inserting & Deleting
Using Automatic Dimensions
Undoing and Redoing Changes