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## Latest revision as of 19:02, 2 August 2010

### Command

- POINT_TRANSLATE <point number>, <dx>, <dy>

- Translate a point a certain distance from its previous place.

### Parameters

- <point number>
- The number of a previously defined macro point.
- <dx>
- The distance in the X axis direction.
- <dy>
- The distance in the Y axis direction.

### Example

- POINT_TRANSLATE 1, 3, 7