# ▸ AutoCAD | LinkedIn Skill Assessment Quiz Solutions-2

1. Single-line text can be added anywhere in a drawing. If middle-center justified text with height of 0 was required in model space that was 300 millimeters high, what workflow would you use?

• 1. Right-click and select Justify.
2. Select MC.
3. Pick a middle point.
4. Type text.
5. Specify the height.
6. Specify the rotation angle.

• 1. Right-click and select Justify.
2. Select MC.
3. Specify the height.
4. Specify the rotation angle.
5. Pick a middle point.
6. Type text.

• 1. Right-click and select Justify.
2. Select MC.
3. Specify the height.
4. Specify the rotation angle.
5. Pick a middle point.
6. Type text.

• 1. Right-click and select Justify.
2. Select MC.
3. Pick a middle point.
4. Drag the mouse to set the height.
5. Drag the mouse to set the rotation angle.
6. Type text.

1. A circle has five grips: a center grip and four quadrant grips. When using the Tan Tan Radius (TTR) method to draw a circle in a right-angled corner, which of the two quadrant grips will be touching other objects?

• the two grips that also act as the tangents in the TTR circle command
• the bottom and left grips the
• top and right grips
• the center and top grips

1. The Quick Access toolbar (QAT) is located in the top left of the AutoCAD application window. Which two commands in the QAT allow you to go backward and forward in your AutoCAD workflow?

• Left and Right
• Undo and Redo
• Rewind and Fast
• Forward Unfix and Fix

1. When you are in a drawing and want to make an object’s layer the current drafting layer, what command can you use?

• Make Current (LAYMCUR)
• Change individual properties in the Properties panel.
• Match Properties (MATCHPROP)
• Match Layer (LAYMCH)

1. AutoCAD uses coordinates as the basis of all drawings. The coordinate system is always displayed in the bottom-left corner of the Model tab. In a regular 2D drawing, what axis notation is used for the horizontal and vertical coordinates?

• X = horizontal, Y = vertical
• H = horizontal, V = vertical
• A = horizontal, B = vertical
• 1 = horizontal, 2 = vertical

1. When using coordinates in your drawings, you may need to get an exact coordinate value of a point. For example, it might be the corner of an object for setting out purposes, or the center of a circle for modifying the circle’s position. What command do you use to obtain a point’s exact coordinate value?

• Object Snaps (OSNAP)
• Distance (DIST)
• ID Point (ID)
• List (LIST)

1. The DONUT command creates donut-shaped drawing objects. Which two values are needed to place a donut on a drawing?

• internal and external quadrants
• internal and external circumference
• internal and external diameter
• internal and external radius

1. An inscribed polygopoln gives you what type of point at the end of the polygon radius?

• a node
• a midpoint
• a vertex
• a center point

1. In order for object snap tracking to function effectively, what other drafting setting must be switched on?

• Snap and Grid
• Dynamic Input
• Object Snaps
• Polar Tracking

1. When you use the ARRAY command to create copies of objects in AutoCAD, what do you use to orient a rectangular array?

• center point and rotation angle
• X and Y coordinates
• Grid and Snap values
• rows and columns

1. What type of coordinate is given when using the ID Point command?

• polar—relative to the last center point selected
• absolute—relative to the origin 0,0
• relative—relative to the last point selected
• angled—relative to the last angle of the last object selected

1. When working with objects in your drawings, you normally define their properties via their respective layers. However, you can define individual object properties with the Properties panel on the Home tab of the AutoCAD ribbon. Individual color and linetype can be defined there, along with what other typical object property?

• description
• plottable or not plottable
• linetype scale
• lineweight

1. The Text Align (TEXTALIGN) command does more than just align text vertically or horizontally. Which TEXTALIGN setting allows you to set up evenly aligned text to a defined spacing in a drawing?

• setting the spacing distance in the Properties palette
• setting the spacing distance on the right-click shortcut menu
• the Distribute option
• the Set Spacing option

1. When utilizing named views in the Model tab to navigate, why should you keep an eye on your current drafting layer?

• Each named view has its own current drafting layer.
• Each named view can be saved with a layer snapshot, which might change your current drafting layer.
• Each named view has its own current drafting layer, with the layer name being the same as the name of the named view.
• Each named view changes the current drafting layer to a default drafting layer.

1. When using palettes in AutoCAD, why would you dock a palette and then use the auto-hide function?

• to make sure AutoCAD works properly
• to isolate all the blocks you are using in the current drawing
• to stop anyone seeing which AutoCAD palettes you are using
• to automatically hide the palette content and display only the docked palette title bar

1. The navigation bar is normally on by default and is located to the right-hand side of the drawing area. Which variable controls the display of the navigation bar, and to what value does it need to be set for the navigation bar to display on the screen?

• The NAVBARDISPLAY value should be set to 1
• The NAVBARDISPLAY value should be set to 0.
• The NAVIGATIONBARDISPLAYON value should be set to 1.
• The NAVIGATIONBARDISPLAYON value should be set to 0.

1. In a complex drawing, it is sometimes difficult to select the geometry you wish to modify. You might want to move, scale, or rotate geometry and make sure the appropriate objects are selected. You can do this with window and crossing selections, but what other selection method can make this easier?

• SELECT (S)
• LAST (L)
• PREVIOUS §
• FENCE (F)

1. When working with layers in your drawings, you may regularly go to the Layer drop- down menu on the Layers panel on the Home tab of the ribbon. Which part of the AutoCAD interface can you customize to allow the Layer drop-down menu to be available regardless of which ribbon tab you are currently using?

• the status bar
• the navigation bar
• the Quick Access toolbar (QAT)
• the info bar

1. When drafting with object snaps and object snap tracking, what other drafting setting can you use to set object snap tracking points?

• Polar Tracking (POLAR)
• Grid (GRID)
• Dynamic Input (DYNMODE)
• Snap (SNAP)

1. When using the MOVE or COPY command, what is the first point that you must select?

• a displacement point
• an endpoint
• a base point
• a midpointa

1. When using the OFFSET command, you specify an offset distance and then select the object you want to offset. How do you then specify which side of the original object to offset?

• Use the Tab key to alternate which side you want to offset to. Then press Enter (Windows) or Return (Mac) to confirm.
• Move the cursor to the appropriate side of the original object and the OFFSET command automatically offsets that side.
• Right-click and use options on the shortcut menu.
• Click to the side of the original object where you want the offset object to appear.

1. When using the ELLIPSE command with the Axis, End, and Center methods, how many axes are needed to form an ellipse?

• eight
• two
• six
• four

1. When hatching in a drawing with the Hatch (HATCH) command and the pick points selection method, what hatch setting needs to be switched OFF in order to make sure that all hatch boundaries selected form one hatch object?

• Create Separate Hatches
• Associative Boundaries
• Set the HATCHMULTIPLE variable to 0 (OFF).
• Set the HATCHMULTIPLE variable to 1 (ON).

1. AutoCAD allows you to select individual objects cumulatively to create a selection set. You can remove individual objects from that selection by using a mouse click combined with which keystroke?

• Tab
• Ctrl (Windows) or Command (Mac)
• Alt (Windows) or Option (Mac)
• Shift

1. Multileaders are defined with a multileader style, which can have text (MTEXT), a block, or nothing added to the multileader line coming from the arrowhead. When using the block option for multileader content, default blocks are available with attributes for easy annotation; a user block can also be defined. Where does AutoCAD first look for the user blocks that can be used with multileaders?

• in a known server folder path
• in a known cloud server folder path
• in the drawing folder
• in the drawing file

1. When using the Edit Polyline (PEDIT) command, there may be occasions when you want to join line segments that have a gap. The PEDIT command can close these gaps automatically using a specific workflow. What is that workflow?

• When in the PEDIT command, select multiple lines to convert; then when selecting the Join option, you are prompted for a GAPDIST variable. This is the minimum gap distance for automatic joining.
• When in the PEDIT command, select multiple lines to convert; then when selecting the Join option, you are prompted for a FUZZ DISTANCE. This is the minimum gap distance for automatic joining.
• When in the PEDIT command, select multiple lines to convert; then when selecting the Join option, you are prompted for a MINIGAP DISTANCE. This is the minimum gap distance for automatic joining.
• When in the PEDIT command, select multiple lines to convert; then when selecting the Join option, you are prompted for a MIN GAP DISTANCE. This is the minimum gap distance for automatic joining.

1. When creating a block with attributes, why should you use underscores between words in the attribute tag?

• Attribute tags must have an underscore to be recognized for data extraction.
• Attribute tags do not allow spaces.
• Attribute tags need an underscore to be recognized by the BLOCK command.
• Attribute tags must have an underscore in them.

1. To insert a table in a drawing, you use the TABLE command. What is a prerequisite to control a table’s appearance before inserting a table into a drawing?

• a table dimension style
• a table style
• a table layer
• a table linetype

1. When plotting multiple layouts, you can use the Batch Plotting (PUBLISH) command. What type of file can be saved to retain the batch plotting settings?

• Batch Plotting Description (BPD)
• file Drawing Publishing Description (DPD)
• file Batch Sheet Description (BSD)
• file Drawing Set Description (DSD) file

1. To create clean, professional plots of your drawings, which object should be set to not plot in the Layer Properties Manager palette?

• dimensions
• viewports
• blocks
• text

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