How do you snap then?SEKE
Below is excerpted from the on-line User's Guide:SEKEs Single Equivalent Keyboard Entries
are keyboard shortcuts, or hotkeys, for quickly performing a function or snapping. SEKE's are affected by the snap aperture settings. If the sought snap point or type is not available within the aperture and Use snap aperture is turned on the SEKE will not snap.
To use a SEKE for snapping, place the cursor on the desired object and press the key. For example, place the cursor anywhere on a line and press M to snap to its midpoint.
The following is the list of SEKE snaps:
C - Center (snaps to the center of an arc, circle, or ellipse)
G - Grid (snaps to the nearest grid point).
H - Perpendicular Opposite (snaps to an endpoint so that the new line is bisected by an existing line)
I - Intersection (snaps to the intersection of two objects)
J - Perpendicular (snaps to the perpendicular projection to an object)
M - Midpoint
N - Nearest on Graphic (snaps to the nearest place touched by the cursor)
Q - Quadrant Point (snaps to 0, 90, 180, 270 degree point of a circle, arc, ellipse)
S - No Snap
V - Vertex (snaps to endpoints of lines and arcs