## How do you distribute something evenly in AutoCAD?

To evenly distribute the items along the entire length of the path, **click Properties panel Divide on the contextual ribbon tab**. Find. To distribute the objects at specific intervals, click Properties panel Measure.

## How do you divide equal spacing in AutoCAD?

**To Insert Points That Divide an Object Into Equal Intervals**

- Click Home tab Draw panel Point drop-down Divide. Find.
- Select a line, circle, ellipse, polyline, arc, or spline.
- Enter the number of intervals. A point is placed between each interval.

## How do I align multiple objects in AutoCAD?

**To Align two Objects in 2D**

- Click Home tab Modify panel Align. Find.
- Select the objects that you want to align.
- Specify a source point and then the corresponding destination point. To rotate the object, specify a second source point followed by a second destination point.
- Press Enter to end the command.

## What is the function of divide command?

**Creates evenly spaced point objects or blocks along the length or perimeter of an object**.

## What is the divide command in AutoCAD?

Divide is a command in AutoCAD which **allows you to place blocks on a linear entity**. With ‘Multiple Divide’ you can place blocks on multiple linear entities with several additional options. Like the divide command you can define the number of segments which determines the amount of blocks that should be placed.

## How do you calculate post spacing?

**Divide distance “A” by the number of spaces between objects**. In our example, this is 223.5″ / 3 = 74.5″. This is the center-to-center distance of the posts (or flower pots on your porch, holes in your board, or pickets on your fence). The spacing between the objects is that distance less the width of your objects.

## How do you calculate screw spacing?

For example: The length of a workpiece is 48″ and you decide to install five screws as fasteners. The formula is: 5 + 1 = 6. Dividing this total into the 48″ length, means the five screws should be spaced **every 8 inches** – at 8″, 16″, 24″, 32″ and 40″.