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.|
Copy and space objects around a central location.
Deform objects along an arc.
Deform objects smoothly using control cage objects.
Link to Cage toolbar
Re-align objects from a base curve to a target curve.
Create a mirror-image copy of objects.
Create a mirror-image copy of objects on a 3-point plane.
Move objects from one location to another.
Transform objects using two reference and two target points.
Transform objects using three reference and three target points.
Copy and align a curve to a surface edge.
Transform objects along a curve normal.
Transform objects normal to a surface.
Flatten objects onto the construction plane.
Reorient objects to a different construction plane.
Rotate objects around an axis perpendicular to the construction plane.
Rotate objects around a 3-D axis.
Change the size of objects uniformly in the x-, y-, and z-directions.
Link to Scale toolbar
Change the size of objects uniformly in two directions.
Move objects to a specified location in the x-, y-, and/or z-directions.
Skew objects parallel to one axis at an angle.
Shear the position of objects parallel to one axis at an angle without shearing the objects themselves.
Average the positions of curve and surface control points and mesh vertices in a specified region and evens out the spacing of selected control points in small increments to remove unwanted detail, and loops in curves and surfaces.
Deform objects toward or away from an axis.
Taper the position of objects toward or away from an axis without tapering the objects themselves.
Deform objects by rotating portions around an axis.
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