The tools in the ACS toolbox are used to define and manipulate an auxiliary coordinate system (ACS) — a coordinate system you define that differs from the design plane (world) and view coordinate systems.
One ACS can be active at any time in a 2D or 3D design. While ACSs can be used in 2D, they are most useful in 3D design.
|To||Select in the ACS toolbox|
|Open the Auxiliary Coordinates dialog.||Auxiliary Coordinates|
|Rotate the active ACS.||Rotate ACS|
|Move the origin of the Active ACS.||Move ACS|
|Apply the ACS to a selected view or all views.||Apply ACS to Selected View|
|Identify an ACS for attachment as the Active ACS.||Select ACS|