Extending Objects in AutoCAD

You can extend objects so they end precisely at a boundary defined by other objects. You can also extend objects to where they would intersect a boundary. This is called extending to an implied boundary. In the following example, you extend the lines precisely to a circle, which is the boundary.


To extend an object

  1. From the Modify menu, choose Extend.
  2. Select the object for the boundary.
  3. Select the objects to extend and press ENTER.

Command line EXTEND


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