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How to align/center text and other objects in Fusion 360?

A - answer In the Fusion 360 sketch environment, you can easily perform alignment, resp. centering of different types of objects - circles, lines, rectangles, texts, polygons. You always align to the first picked object.

To perform the alignments use the Constraints tab, the constraint Horizontal/Vertical. On objects which do not contain a suitable alignment point, use a trick - press the Shift key for a temporary center snap point.

The alignment procedure is illustrated in the video:

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