# You asked: How do I put XY coordinates in AutoCAD?

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From the Insert Tab > Block Panel select the Insert Tool and from the Block Gallery choose XY COORDINATE SYMBOL. 22. Place a couple of these blocks and each time the Edit Attributes Dialog Box appears select OK to accept the default values.

## How do you enter coordinates in AutoCAD?

Import via Script

2. Open it in a text editor such as Notepad.
3. After the first line, add the X, Y, Z coordinate list of the points.
4. Save and close the file.
5. Open a drawing in AutoCAD.
6. Drag and drop the SCR file into the AutoCAD model view window.

## How do you show coordinates?

Get the coordinates of a place

1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Maps app .
2. Touch and hold an area of the map that isn’t labeled. You’ll see a red pin appear.
3. You’ll see the coordinates in the search box at the top.

## How do I get easting and northing coordinates in AutoCAD?

How to Enter Northings & Eastings in AutoCAD

1. Select the “Home” tab and choose the “Draw” panel.
2. Choose the “Line” drop down option. Click “Create Line By Northing/Easting.” The button is marked with a line and a grid icon.
3. Enter the “northing” value. …
4. Type additional northing and easting values to add additional lines.

## How do you write coordinates in degrees minutes and seconds?

How to Convert Decimal Degrees to DMS

1. For the degrees use the whole number part of the decimal.
2. For the minutes multiply the remaining decimal by 60. Use the whole number part of the answer as minutes.
3. For the seconds multiply the new remaining decimal by 60.

## How do you use multiple commands?

At the command line type MULTIPLE and then hit the [enter key]. Now, type in the command you want to repeat (like CIRCLE) and hit enter. Now, you can keep on creating circles without having to manually start the command over and over.

## Which keys can you press to repeat your last used AutoCAD command?

How are AutoCAD keyboard shortcuts used?

5. Modeling
C Draw a circle
CP Copy
CTRL + J Repeat the last used command
X Explode an object, a volume, a polyline, etc.