Creates a construction line of infinite length.
Xlines are useful for creating construction and reference lines, and for trimming boundaries.
The following prompts are displayed.
Specifies the location of the infinite line using two points through which it passes.
The xline is created through the specified point.
Creates a horizontal xline passing through a specified point.
The xline is created parallel to the X axis.
Creates a vertical xline passing through a specified point.
The xline is created parallel to the Y axis.
Creates an xline at a specified angle.
Specifies the angle at which to place the line.
Specifies the angle from a selected reference line. The angle is measured counterclockwise from the reference line.
Creates an xline that passes through the selected angle vertex and bisects the angle between the first and second line.
The xline lies in the plane determined by the three points.
Creates an xline parallel to another object.
Specifies the distance the xline is offset from the selected object.
Creates an xline offset from a line and passing through a specified point.