Give Start Point:
The first corner (P1) is 1600mm across in 'X' and 1350mm up in the 'Y' axis from the Origin Point. We can use the Relative feature to do this. Move the cursor over the Origin Point and hit thekey. Now using the Direct Input feature you can type in the co-ordinates of the start point of the rectangle. Simply type '1600' and press (this is the X value), now type ,'1350' and (this is the Y value). The first corner is located so now the opposite corner can specified using the same method. The prompt reads:
Give Opposite Corner Point:
Now type '4400' and press (this is the X value), now type ,'2900' and (this is the Y value). The rectangle is drawn.
Reselect the Rectangle command. Our next point (P3) is 100 in both X & Y from P1. Go Relative to P1. Once you can see the dynamic dimensions you may need to Zoom In to get a clearer view. If you have a wheel mouse you can use the wheel to Zoom In or use Zoom Window to define a box around the corner. Type '100' and press , then type ,'100' again and . Now click the Zoom Full Page button to see the entire sheet.
For the other corner point, go Relative to P2. Position the cursor over P2 and once you can see the dynamic dimensions you may wish to zoom in, type '-100' and press , then type ,'-100' again and . The rectangle is drawn, now if required click the Zoom Full Page button again to see the entire sheet.