Snap the line to the circle's edge
- Draw the circle.
To learn how, visit this link: Draw a circle - (Circle Tool)
Note: When you draw the circle, you start the radius line at the circle's center. Then you draw the radius to the end-point on the edge of the circle.
- Draw the line.
To learn how; visit these links:
- Select the "Edit/Measure Tool" in the top toolbar.
Quick Key: Or you can press the "Q" button on your keyboard.
- (Optional - For Pro account users) In Map View, you will see a pop-up on the left side. Select "Points ".
- In Map View, click-and-drag an end-point of the line towards the end-point on the circle’s edge.
The point that was used to create the circle is considered the end-point.
When the line's end-point and the circle's end-point meet, a black circle will appear.
The black circle notifies you that the line's end-point and the circle’s end-point will snap together at the exact location of the circle’s end-point.
Snap a line’s end-point to the center of a circle
Snap a line’s end-point to a corner vertex of a rectangle/polygon
Snap a straight line to the perpendicular (90°) point on another straight line