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: Click on the drawing pad in the [[Graphics View]] in order to create a new point. The coordinates of the point are fixed when the mouse button is released.  
 
: Click on the drawing pad in the [[Graphics View]] in order to create a new point. The coordinates of the point are fixed when the mouse button is released.  
 
: Note:
 
: Note:
 
:* By clicking on a segment (or interval), straight line, polygon, conic section, function, or curve you can create a point on this object (also see command [[Point Command|Point]]).  
 
:* By clicking on a segment (or interval), straight line, polygon, conic section, function, or curve you can create a point on this object (also see command [[Point Command|Point]]).  
 
:* Clicking on the intersection of two objects creates this intersection point (also see tool [[Intersect Two Objects Tool|Intersect Two Objects]] and command [[Intersect Command|Intersect]]).
 
:* Clicking on the intersection of two objects creates this intersection point (also see tool [[Intersect Two Objects Tool|Intersect Two Objects]] and command [[Intersect Command|Intersect]]).

Revision as of 22:53, 9 June 2010

Click on the drawing pad in the Graphics View in order to create a new point. The coordinates of the point are fixed when the mouse button is released.
Note:
  • By clicking on a segment (or interval), straight line, polygon, conic section, function, or curve you can create a point on this object (also see command Point).
  • Clicking on the intersection of two objects creates this intersection point (also see tool Intersect Two Objects and command Intersect).
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