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{{GuiCommand/pt|Name=Sketcher CreateRectangle|Name/pt=Sketcher CreateRectangle|Workbenches=[[Sketcher Workbench/pt|Sketcher]]|Shortcut=R|MenuLocation=Sketch → Sketcher geometries → Create rectangle|SeeAlso=[[Sketcher Polyline/pt|Sketcher Polyline]]}}
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{{Docnav
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|[[Sketcher_CompCreateRectangles|Create a rectangle]]
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|[[Sketcher_CreateRectangle_Center|Centered rectangle]]
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|[[Sketcher_Workbench|Sketcher]]
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|IconL=Sketcher_CompCreateRectangles.png
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|IconR=Sketcher_CreateRectangle_Center.svg
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|IconC=Workbench_Sketcher.svg
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{{GuiCommand/pt|Name=Sketcher CreateRectangle|Name/pt=Sketcher CreateRectangle|Workbenches=[[Sketcher Workbench/pt|Sketcher]]|Shortcut=R|MenuLocation=Sketch → Sketcher geometries → Create rectangle|SeeAlso=[[Sketcher CreatePolyline/pt|Sketcher Polyline]]}}
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==Description==
 
==Description==
  
 
This tool draws a rectangle by picking two opposite points.
 
This tool draws a rectangle by picking two opposite points.
When starting the tool, the mouse pointer changes to a white cross with a red rectangle icon.  
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When starting the tool, the mouse pointer changes to a white cross with a red rectangle icon. The coordinates of the pointer are shown beside it in blue in real time.
The coordinates of the pointer are shown beside it in blue in real time.
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To define a rectangle via a center point and an edge point, use the [[Sketcher_CreateRectangle_Center|Centered rectangle]] tool.
  
 
[[Image:SketcherCreateRectangleExample.png‎]]
 
[[Image:SketcherCreateRectangleExample.png‎]]
==How to use==  
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==Usage==  
  
* After pressing the {{KEY|[[Image:Sketcher CreateRectangle.png|24px]] Create rectangle}} button, click once to set the first corner, then move the mouse and click a second time to set the opposite corner.
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* After pressing the [[File:Sketcher_CreateRectangle.svg|24px]] '''Create rectangle''' toolbar button, click once to set the first corner, then move the mouse and click a second time to set the opposite corner.
 
* Pressing {{KEY|Esc}} or clicking the right mouse button cancels the function.
 
* Pressing {{KEY|Esc}} or clicking the right mouse button cancels the function.
  
  
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{{Docnav
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|[[Sketcher_CompCreateRectangles|Create a rectangle]]
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|[[Sketcher_CreateRectangle_Center|Centered rectangle]]
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|[[Sketcher_Workbench|Sketcher]]
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|IconL=Sketcher_CompCreateRectangles.png
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|IconR=Sketcher_CreateRectangle_Center.svg
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|IconC=Workbench_Sketcher.svg
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}}
  
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Sketcher CreateRectangle.svg Sketcher CreateRectangle

Localização do menu
Sketch → Sketcher geometries → Create rectangle
Bancadas de trabalho
Sketcher
Atalho padrão
R
Introduzido na versão
-
Veja também
Sketcher Polyline

Description

This tool draws a rectangle by picking two opposite points. When starting the tool, the mouse pointer changes to a white cross with a red rectangle icon. The coordinates of the pointer are shown beside it in blue in real time.

To define a rectangle via a center point and an edge point, use the Centered rectangle tool.

SketcherCreateRectangleExample.png

Usage

  • After pressing the Sketcher CreateRectangle.svg Create rectangle toolbar button, click once to set the first corner, then move the mouse and click a second time to set the opposite corner.
  • Pressing Esc or clicking the right mouse button cancels the function.