Toolbars can be opened as a free-standing group or added to the current group.
To open a toolbar as a free-standing group
|1.|| Click the Options icon in any toolbar group.
|2.||On the menu, click Show Toolbar, and then select the toolbar name from the list.|
To open a toolbar as a new tab in the current group
|1.|| Click the Options icon in the toolbar group where you want to add the new tab.
|2.||On the menu, click Show or Hide Tabs, and then select the toolbar name from the list.|
Draw a curve from control point locations.
Link to Curve toolbar
Fit a curve through point objects.
Display and edit an object's normal direction.
Link to Analyze toolbar
Reverse the normal direction of a curve, surface, or mesh.
Draw a closed elliptical curve from focus points, center and edges, bounding rectangle, and around a curve.
Link to Ellipse toolbar
Add an arc between two curves and trims or extends the curves to the arc.
Link to Curve Tools toolbar
Create a constant-radius round surface between two surfaces.
Link to Surface Tools toolbar
Store the connection between a command's input geometry and the result, so that when the input geometry changes, the result updates accordingly.
Link to History toolbar
Create a mesh from a NURBS surface or polysurface.
Link to Mesh toolbar
Duplicate each mesh face with a NURBS surface.
Display curve and surface control points.
Link to Point Editing toolbar
Draw a rectangular closed polyline from with options for starting at the center, three points, vertical, and rounded with arc or conic corners.
Link to Rectangle toolbar
Rotate objects around an axis perpendicular to the construction plane.
Rotate objects around a 3-D axis.
Divide objects using other objects as cutters.
Divide objects using isocurves as cutters.
Remove the group status from objects.
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