As a dimensioning reference for axes of symmetry, centerlines are typically used in drafting. You can add a centerline in between two parallel or non-parallel lines. You draw the centerline between the apparent midpoints of the start and end points of the two lines you select. It is simple and easy to do. The following steps will show you how to create a centerline in AutoCAD.
Click Home tab > Draw panel > Centerline
Click ENTER to display the Select Options for Centerlines dialog box, or specify the centerline’s starting point.
Specify the endpoint for the centerline.
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