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: You may click on either two points or one segment to get its midpoint. You can also click on a conic section (circle or ellipse) in order to create its center point (see also [[Center Command|Center]] and [[Midpoint Command|Midpoint]] commands).
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:You may click on either two points or one segment to get its midpoint. You can also click on a conic section (circle or ellipse) in order to create its center point.
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:{{note|See also [[Center Command|Center]] {{langnote|non-US|[[Centre Command|Centre]]}} and [[Midpoint Command|Midpoint]] commands.}}

Latest revision as of 13:39, 18 August 2015


You may click on either two points or one segment to get its midpoint. You can also click on a conic section (circle or ellipse) in order to create its center point.
Note: See also Center (Gb.png, Au.png: Centre) and Midpoint commands.
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