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Constructing Rings

You can construct a Ring of any thickness or size by specifying the diameters of two concentric Circles. The area between the Circles is filled. A filled Circle has an inner diameter of zero.

To construct Rings and filled Circles:

  1. Click Draw > Ring (or type Ring).
  2. In the graphics area, specify the inner diameter or enter a value. For a filled circle, enter 0.
  3. Specify the outer diameter, or enter a value.
  4. In the graphics area, specify the center point of the Ring.
  5. (Optional) Continue to specify the centers of identical Rings.
  6. Press Enter to end the command.


Command: Ring

Menu: Draw > Ring

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