Editing Multiline Intersections in AutoCAD

If you have two multilines in a drawing, you can control the way they intersect. Multilines can intersect in a cross or a T shape, and the crosses or T shapes can be closed, open, or merged.


To create a closed cross intersection

  1. From the Modify menu, choose Multiline.
  2. In the Multiline Edit Tools dialog box, click Closed Cross (in the top row of images), and then choose OK.
  3. Select the multiline for the foreground.
  4. Select the multiline for the background.

The intersection is modified. You can continue selecting intersecting multilines to modify, or press ENTER to end the command. Press ENTER again to redisplay the Multiline Edit Tools dialog box.


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