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1) Which is the latest version of AutoCAD software?
2) Autocad was developed by ..............
3) Autocad was first released in the year ..........
4) How many workspaces are available in AutoCAD?
5) Which of the following workspaces are available in AutoCAD?
6) How many units are available in AutoCAD?
7) . To obtain parallel lines, concentric circles and parallel curves _________ is used.
8) The scale command can be accessed easily by typing ...........
9) Which of the following is not a keyboard shortcut of AutoCAD?
10) The objects should be selected by ............ for stretching any object in AutoCAD?
11) Which key is used to obtain properties palette in AutoCAD?
12) The objects should be selected by ............ for stretching any object in AutoCAD?
13) What are the Advantages of AutoCAD?
14) Which state grid is use to design perspective?
15) Line command can be accessed easily by typing
16) The copy command can be accessed easily by typing ..........
17) Which one of the following is an AutoCAD drawing file?
18) The circle command can be accessed easily by typing ..............
19) What does AutoCAD stands for?
20) Which of the following is not a drawing object?
21) Polyline command can be accessed easily by typing:
22) Units command of AutoCAD is not used to set
23) What should you pay attention to when learning AutoCAD?
24) Which of the following is widely used to measure flood variability?
25) Which of the following is the extension for autocad drawing file?
26) Offset command can be used for drawing ...........
27) What is the extrude command used for?
28) How can you access pan tool of AutoCAD?
29) The default workspace in AutoCAD 2016 is
30) What does the fillet command create?
31) Polar coordinates are used mostly for drawing
32) What does WCS stand for?
Autocad Online Test Questions (Autocad FAQs)
1) For what is AutoCAD used?
AutoCAD (Auto Computer-Aided Design) is a computer-aided design software developed by the company Autodesk, used to draw and edit digital 2D and 3D designs basically blueprints for several architectures and hardware applications more efficiently.
2) What is the use of variant in Autocad?
Autocad Variants are used to increase the variations present in the application or the package to help and visualize 3D models more efficiently.
3) What is Bylayer in Autocad?
The bylayer is a property of AutoCAD which is consists of the default color and a default line type of the particular layer.
4) Define absolute co-ordinates?
Absolute Coordinates are the coordinates of the points that tell us about the reference of the position of an object with respect to the origin.
5) What is angular dimension?
Angular dimensions are used to represent the measurement of angles in between two lines, two linear segments of a polyline, or the angle of a circular arc. It helps in dimensioning the angular distances for any object.
6) What is an object snap mode in Autocad?
Object snaps are used to determine the precise locations on objects. It is a very important function of AutoCAD as it helps in drawing accurately.
7) How many units are available in Autocad?
There are five different units available in Autocad:
- Decimal-Metric or SI units
- Scientific-Decimal value raised to a power
- Engineering-Feet and decimal inches
- Architectural-Feet and fractional inches
- Fractional-Whole numbers and fractions
8) How many workspaces are available in autocad?
There are three workspaces available in Autocad:
- 3D basics and 3D modeling
9) Which key is used to obtain properties palette in AutoCAD?
Ctrl + 1 key is used to obtain properties palette in AutoCAD. It is an essential tool in AutoCAD and can be also open with the PROPERTIES command.
10) What is function of the Setvar command in AutoCAD?
SETVAR means set variable which is used to set the various variables of the system. SETVAR syntax is used by many output-type commands to specify the run-time values to be used by a view's variable definition.
11) What are Grips in Autocad?
Grips are used to stretch, move, rotate, scale, or mirror objects quickly by dragging these grips. These are small, solid-filled squares, displayed at strategic points on objects that you can select with a pointing device.