AutoCAD is an amaizng tool which can be used for creating amazing engineering drawings. With AutoCAD the productivity and accuracy has been enhanced to a great degree. In this tutorial you will learn how to create a circle in AutoCAD. You can also learn about Exploring The Toolbar in AutoCAD.

## Drawing a Circle by specifying the radius

In order to create a circle by specifying its radius in AutoCAD you need to follow these simple steps.

- 1
^{st}of all you need to click on the**CIRCLE**icon from the**Draw**toolbar. - Now you need to click anywhere in the drawing area in order to specify the center point of the circle.
- In the next step you need to specify the radius by typing in the value of the radius e.g.
**25**.

## Drawing a Circle by specifying the diameter.

- For creating a circle by specifying its diameter you need to follow these steps.
- Click on the
**CIRCLE**icon from**Draw**toolbar. - Now specify the center point by clicking anywhere in the drawing area.
- Now you need to specify the diameter of the circle and for that you need to type in
**D**and then press**Enter**. - Now specify the diameter of the circle by typing in he value of diameter. e.g.
**4**.

## Drawing a Circle at the Intersection of Two Lines.

In order to drawn a circle at the intersection of two lines you need to follow these steps.

- 1
^{st}of all you need to draw two lines which will overlap each other by using the**Line**command. - Click on the
**CIRCLE**icon from the**Draw**toolbar. - Now specify the center point by typing in:
**INT**and then press**Enter**. - Now move your cursor to the intersection of the two lines till you see a
**small yellow X**and you will see that a word**INTERSECTION**appears and then click down. - Now you can enter either the value of the
**radius**or the value of**diameter**.

This will create a circle at the intersection of two lines.