Creates a circle.
Steps:
Follow the prompts for the selected option. If no option is specified, the default option is used.
Options
Creates a circle from a center location and a radius.
Pick the center.
Pick a radius or diameter.
Draws a circle perpendicular to the construction plane.
Pick the center.
Pick a radius or diameter.
Draws a circle from the two ends of its diameter.
Pick the start of the diameter.
Pick the end of the diameter.
Draws a circle through three points on the circumference.
Pick the first point.
Pick the second point.
Pick the third point.
Draws a circle tangent to curves.
Pick the first tangent location on the first curve.
Pick the second tangent curve, or type a radius.
Pick the third tangent curve, or press Enter to draw the circle from the first and second tangent locations.
Options
Note: The options are the same as the Arc command.
Pick any point. This point does not have to be a tangent point on a curve.
Forces the circle or arc to go through the first picked point on the curve instead of allowing the point to slide along the curve.
The circle is restricted to the specified radius. If a tangent point exists on the second curve that meets the radius requirement, the tangent constraint will appear at that point as you drag the circle.
Draws a circle perpendicular to a curve.
Draws a circle by fitting to selected point objects.
Select point objects.
A minimum of three points is required.
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