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The answer: The Midpoint Shortcut. Hold down the “SHIFT” key on your keyboard and hover near the center of a line. You have hit the “Bullseye” when you notice a triangle with an X (shown below).

## How do you find the middle of a line in Fusion 360?

You want to add a constraint to the midpoint of a line but you are unable to select it. Solution: You can select the midpoint of a **line by holding the shift key while hovering over the midpoint.**

## How do you find the midpoint in Inventor?

On the Annotate tab, Dimension panel, click a Dimension command. In the graphics window, click the **midpoint or** intersection and another line, edge, or point, as required. Drag the dimension to the appropriate location and click to place. Continue to create and place dimensions as needed, right-click, and select Done.

## How do you center a line on shape?

If you want to sketch a centerline with keyboard short cuts, **use ‘l’ then ‘q’**. ‘q’ is the shortcut for construction, and ‘l’ is the shortcut for line.

## How do you find the midpoint of a line in Solidworks?

**Dimensioning to Midpoints**

- Click Smart Dimension. on the Dimensions/Relations toolbar, or click Tools > Dimensions > Smart.
- Right-click the edge whose midpoint you want to dimension, and click Select Midpoint.
- Select the second entity to dimension.
- Use rapid dimensioning to place evenly spaced dimensions.

## What is constraint in Inventor?

Autodesk Inventor uses constraints in two primary ways: 2D and **3D sketch constraints control geometry within sketches**. **Assembly constraints** and joints establish relationships between components in an assembly that control position and behavior.

## How do you create a midpoint in Solidworks?

Add a midpoint relation between the point and the horizontal line: **click on the point, shift-click on the horizontal line, and select “Midpoint”**. Snap the center of the rectangle to the origin. It should turn black.

## How do you find the center of a circle on a shape?

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To sketch a circle from the center outward, first select the **center point circle sketch tool**. Click on the point location where you want the center of the circle to be located, and then click on another location to set the radius for the circle.