How to set limits in autocad 2013?
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To set limits in Autocad 2013, you can use the command ‘limits’. This command is used to define a rectangular boundary for the drawing area. To enter the limits command, type ‘LIMITS’ into the command bar and press enter.
You will be prompted to enter the coordinates of the lower left corner and the maximum x and y values. Once the limits have been set, you can adjust them at any time with the same command.