Trimming to an Implied Intersection

An implied intersection is the point where two objects would intersect if they were extended. You can trim objects using their implied intersection as the cutting edge. In the following example, you trim the vertical wall back to its implied intersection with the horizontal wall.


To trim to an implied intersection

  1. From the Modify menu, choose Trim.
  2. Select the cutting edge (1) and press ENTER.
  3. Enter e (Edge).
  4. Enter e (Extend), or press ENTER if Extend is the current option.
  5. Select the object to trim on the side you want trimmed (2) and press ENTER.


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