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Welcome to our tutorial about the Explode Command. Let's start by creating some geometry. I’ll drop a rectangle here. Now, let's dimension it. Let’s make it 22 by 40 and enter. Click here and here is our rectangle.
Now, I’ll create four 8x4 rectangles offset from the edges by two units. Let's begin by activating the offset command, offset distance to enter, and object to offset this rectangle. Let's click inside this rectangle, right click enter. I want to use this line to do more offsets.
AutoCAD treats all four of these lines as a single entity. Let's use the Explode command. Here it is on the modified panel. Next, I’ll select the object, right click. It doesn’t look like much has happened but when our mouse is over; I see that each of the lines is now a separate entity.
Let's use the offset command again. Distance four units, enter, let's select this line and click inside the rectangle. Select this line and click inside the rectangle, right click, enter.
Let's use the offset command again. Let's use an offset of eight units in distance, enter, select this line, click here and select this line and click here, right click, enter.
Lastly, let's use the trim command. Select objects to trim. I’ll use select also. I’ll press enter and let's trim. Right click and enter.
This concludes our tutorial about the Explode command.