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Associative angle bisector in an AutoCAD DWG drawing.

A - answer Starting with AutoCAD 2017 (incl. the LT version), you can use the CENTERMARK and CENTERLINE commands to create associative axes of symmetry on your DWG drawing geometry. This allows you to create, for example, a bisector of an angle, an axis of a polyline, or easily draw the center of an arc.

See sample use:

You can disassociate the axes or use grips to resize them.

These axes are a special type of a block reference (INSERT). They appear as "Axis" and "Center mark" in the Properties palette or in the QSELECT dialog.

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applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD LT ·

See also:
Tip 10307:Easy mirroring of selected objects around their axis/center.

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