# Difference between revisions of "Angle Tool"

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:* Click on three points to create an angle between these points. The second point selected is the vertex of the angle. | :* Click on three points to create an angle between these points. The second point selected is the vertex of the angle. |

## Revision as of 09:03, 29 July 2015

- With this tool you can create angles in different ways:
- Click on three points to create an angle between these points. The second point selected is the vertex of the angle.
- Click on two segments to create the angle between them.
- Click on two lines to create the angle between them.
- Click on two vectors to create the angle between them.
- Click on a polygon to create all angles of this polygon.

**Notes:**

- If the polygon was created by selecting its vertices in counter clockwise orientation, the
*Angle*tool gives you the interior angles of the polygon - Angles are created in
*counter clockwise*orientation. Therefore, the order of selecting these objects is relevant for the*Angle*tool. If you want to limit the maximum size of an angle to 180°, un-check*Allow Reflex Angle*on tab*Basic*of the Properties Dialog - See also Angle command.

- If the polygon was created by selecting its vertices in counter clockwise orientation, the