Subject: Finding the coordinates of a point



To find the x,y,z-coordinates for a point on an entity, such as the endpoint of a line, select an appropriate entity snap (such as Endpoint) before selecting the entity. If you have no entity snaps set, the x,y-coordinates of the point you specified is displayed, with the z-coordinate equal to the current elevation.  

To find the coordinate of a point in the drawing

   1   Do one of the following to choose ID Coordinates ():

   On the ribbon, choose Tools > ID Coordinate (in Inquiry).

   On the menu, choose Tools > Inquiry > ID Coordinates.

   On the Inquiry toolbar, click the ID Coordinates tool.

   Type idpoint and then press Enter.

   2   Select the point for which you want to find the coordinates.

If the command bar is activated, the x,y,z-coordinates for the point you selected display in the command bar.

If the command bar is not activated, the Prompt History window displays, show­ing the x,y,z-coordinates for the point you selected.

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