also how to equally divide a line. in General Discussion Posted June 13, 2010 useful in finding spacing of center lines w/o having to crunch out the numbers. If what you really want is equally spaced centerlines filling an allotted space, there's a neater way to do that: - draw a centerline - while it's still selected, group it - go into the group by double-clicking on it - offset or array the centerline to get the number of centerlines you want (the offset distance doesn't matter, just so they're all offset the same) - exit the group by clicking outside it - drag-stretch the group to fit into the allotted space. And maybe drag-stretch it in the other axis to set the length of all the centerlines. Line Into Segments is good if what you really want is a line divided into segments.