Using the construction tools available in the Toolbar you can do geometric constructions in the Graphics View with the mouse. Select any construction tool from the Toolbar and read the Toolbar Help (next to the Toolbar) in order to find out how to use the selected tool. Any object you create in the Graphics View also has an algebraic representation in the Algebra View.
Every icon in the Toolbar represents a toolbox that contains a selection of similar construction tools. In order to open a toolbox, you need to click on the small arrow in the lower right corner of the Toolbar icon.
The Graphics View may include various types of grid and axes – see Customizing the Graphics View for details.
You can find a button to toggle the styling bar in the upper right corner of the Graphics-View. Depending on the tool you select, there are shown different buttons to enhance your construction. By default you are able to show/hide the coordinate axes and the grid or change the point capturing. Additionally there are buttons set color, set point style, set label style, set line style, set color and transparency, set text color, set font style to bold, set font style to italic or set text size.
Second Graphics View
A second graphics view may be opened using the View Menu. If two Graphics Views are opened, one of them is always active (either it's being worked with and it has bold caption, or it is the last view that has been worked with). All visible objects created by Commands appear in the active graphics view. For each object you can specify in which Graphic View(s) it will be visible using the Advanced tab of the Properties Dialog.
Copy & Paste
Via Keybord Shortcut Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V (Mac OS:Cmd + C and Cmd + V) you can Copy and Paste selected object (except if they depend on the axes) into either the same window or into another. Copy & Paste will copy every ancestor of the selected objects but makes the non-selected objects invisible. If you copy objects depending on sliders into a new window, it will copy the slider (invisible) into the window, too. The pasted object is fixed when you click on the Graphics View. If the copied object depends at least one Point then it can snap onto existing points when pasted (but only the Point following the mouse pointer will do this).