Changing AutoCAD Grip Size(Illustrated Expression)

In AutoCAD® there al lots of holding or marker grips and they are very useful to use in our projects. AutoCAD® give the chance of changing their sizes individually so that the users of AutoCAD® could change their size according to their preferences. Also, the grip size that appears when you click on a sketch in the drawing scheme in AutoCAD® that you can grip that sketch or group, etc. Some users are changing AutoCAD grip size to obtain a better working environment for themselves.

In this text, we will show you how to change grip size in AutoCAD® and from where you can change the grip size in AutoCAD®. Also, you can find information about what is even a gripper of a sketch or group in AutoCAD®.

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How to Change the Size of Grip in AutoCAD®?

Firstly, these are the grips on a sketch in AutoCAD® as shown with green arrows above. You can change their size effectively from AutoCAD® options by below steps that we introduced to you.

Secondly, right-click on the drawing scheme of AutoCAD® and click on the Options as shown by the green box to change the grip size in AutoCAD®.

In the options of AutoCAD®, click on the Selection tab as shown by the green box then you can change your grip size by dragging the holder as shown by the green arrow above. After you complete changing the grip size in AutoCAD®, click OK or Apply as shown in the red box.

For example, we made out grip bigger than usual as in the red box above.

As you can see how our grip size is changed above. This is very basic like that in AutoCAD®.

Above all, AutoCAD® provides various tools to adjust the sizes of different objects that you are actively using while drawing. Check the articles to see user preferences about sizes in AutoCAD®.


So, as you see above changing AutoCAD grip size is very simple like above.

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