Using Rotate (Ro) Command in AutoCAD

In AutoCAD, you can use Rotate (Ro) command to rotate the objects with various ways

You can use Rotate command on the Toolbar menu or type ‘Ro’( Rotate) Command

SELECT ROTATE COMMAND ON TOOLBAR MENU

In AutoCAD, Access Home ► Modify ► Rotate to select Rotate command, then following these steps

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Step 1: Select the objects ► Space

Step 2: Specify the Base Point and drag the cursor to rotate the object to the second point or specify the rotation angle in the command line ► Space

TYPE ‘RO’ (ROTATE) IN THE COMMAND LINE

1. ROTATE THE OBJECT BY MANUALLY DRAGGING

Type ‘Ro’ in command line ► Space for the rotate command

Select the Base Point and drag to the second point to rotate the selected object.

2. ROTATE WITH SPECIFYING THE ROTATION ANGLE

To perform the Rotate Command, you can specify rotation angle in the command line then Enter.

3. ROTATE AND CREATE A COPY

In case that you need to keep the object in the original position and create a copy of the object with the rotation angle, you can follow these steps to perform the Rotate command

Step 1: Select the object ►Space

Step 2: Specify Base Point ► Enter C (Copy) ►Space

Step 3: Specify the second point and rotate the copy

4. ROTATE WITH REFERENCE POINTS 

If you need to rotate the object with the reference from another one, you can use the Reference in Rotate command as follow

Step 1: Select the object ► Space

Step 2: Specify Base Point ► Enter R (Reference) ► Space

Step 3: Specify two reference points of the rotated object ► Enter P (Points) ► Space

Step 4: Specify two reference points of the reference object ► The object is rotated in the reference line created from the two reference points