Guide Lines

Note: The predefined Shortcut for this command is the L key, but may vary depending on your localized version of ARCHICAD.
Use the View > Guide Lines toggle
Press Shift during input
From the context menu, use Lock to Guide Line/Snap Guide
If you place it along any existing edge, the Guide Line snaps to that edge.
If you place it on a curved element, a corresponding Guide Circle appears.
If you place it at a point, the Guide Line is placed at the corresponding main direction.
If you are using the Ruler, click on the Ruler, then drag your cursor to anywhere in the window: a Guide Line parallel to the Ruler will be created. See Ruler.
Press Esc
2.
Choose Create Guide Line Segment.
Note: This command is also available at View > Guide Line Options.
Right-click, then choose Remove Guide Line from the context menu.
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Choose Erase Guide Lines.
Note: This command is also available at View > Guide Line Options.
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When you are done, press Esc or double-click to exit Erase mode.
Right-click any Guide Line tab, or click the Guide Lines pop-up menu from the Standard Toolbar. Then choose Remove All Guide Lines.
Note: This command is also available at View > Guide Line Options.
Set the Guide Line color at Options > Work Environment > Input Constraints and Guides.
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