Subject: Erasing freehand sketch lines
You can erase temporary freehand sketch lines that have not yet been written into the drawing by choosing the Delete On option in the prompt box. The pencil changes to an Eraser tool. You can erase portions of the line when you move the eraser over a temporary freehand line without clicking the mouse button.
To erase freehand sketch lines
1 Do one of the following to choose Freehand ():
• On the ribbon, choose Draw > Freehand.
• On the menu, choose Draw > Freehand.
• On the Draw toolbar, click the Freehand tool.
• Type freehand and then press Enter.
2 Specify the length of the sketch segments.
3 Select a point on the drawing to display the Pencil tool and begin sketching.
4 Click the mouse button to lift the pencil up to stop sketching.
5 In the prompt box, choose Delete On.
6 Move the Eraser tool () to the beginning or end of the freehand sketch line that you drew, and then move it as far along the line as you want to erase.
7 Click the mouse button to put the Pencil tool down to resume sketching.
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