The 2 Point Curves command can be considered to be a subset of the more general Draw Curves command. Here you can create linear curves defined by only two points very quickly. This efficiency is due to an automatic Apply that occurs following every second point placement. Therefore all you have to do is define consecutive pairs of points and with each second point placement a new connector or database curve is defined.
Select Create, 2 Point Curves. Then define consecutive pairs of points for each new curve to be created. When done creating 2 Point Curves, click OK to close the panel.
Below the Entity Type frame, we present the standard options to explicitly specify the points that will define the curve being created:
Caution: Note that source curves do not provide slope information. This means that slope guides will not be available when creating a new linear curve (connector, database, or source) that shares its first control point with an existent source curve.
Unique to the 2 Point Curves command is the option to either Delete Last Point or Delete Last Curve depending on which point definition you are on. On the first point defined, the command button provides the Delete Last Point option. After the second point and new curve are defined, the command button provides the Delete Last Curve option. Note that the Delete key on your keyboard can be used as a shortcut for these two deletion options.