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Simply add or delete a polyline vertex.

A - answer To edit vertices of a polyline in AutoCAD, you can use the standard PEDIT command or grip editing.

Easier, interactive adding (inserting) of new vertices, or deleting (removing) existing vertices can be done with the help of the free LISP utility CADstudio AddV. With its commands AddV and DelV you can add or delete a polyline vertex just be picking a point with your mouse cursor.

There are two versions of the "add" and "del" commands - either with a single click for select and add/delete (AddV1, DelV1) or with a separate select and click to add/delete (AddV, DelV).

You can download the AddV utility from www.cadstudio.cz/download, load it with APPLOAD.

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See also:
Tip 10054:Boolean operations on 2D polylines.
Tip 9743:How to use XY coordinates from Excel as polyline vertices in AutoCAD?
Tip 9512:How to convert a point cloud to an editable 3D CAD model (mesh)?
Tip 9405:Cannot multi-select polyline vertices above a raster image.
Tip 9357:Intersection of a 3D curve with a 3D surface in AutoCAD.


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