Segments & Circles & Triangles 
Segment

 Click on Segment tool, on left.
 Click on the work area where you wish the segment to have an endpoint.
 Drag the point to the other desired endpoint and release, OR
Click on the location of the other desired endpoint.
 Click on Arrow (Select) tool, on left.
 Click on an empty space on the work area to finalize the construction.


Triangles

 Click on Segment tool, on left.
 Click on the work area where you wish the triangle to have a vertex.
 Construct a segment.
 Construct a second and then third segment, connected to the first vertex.
 Click on the Polygon tool.
 Beginning with the first vertex constructed, click the triangle’s vertices in order.
 End by clicking on the first vertex. Yes, that makes 4 clicked vertices.
 Click on the Arrow tool.
 Click on an empty space on the work area to finalize the construction.


Circle, Isosceles and Equilateral Triangles and Rhombus
One circle yeilds 2 congruent segments.
Two circles yeilds 3 congruent segments.
Three circles yeilds 4 congruent segments.

 Click on the Circle tool, on left.
 Click on the work area where you wish the center of the circle to be.
 Drag from the center to a desired circle point (to set the radius), OR
Click on the location of s point on the desired circle.
 Click on Arrow (Select) tool, on left.
 Click on an empty space on the work area to finalize the construction.
The circle may be used to measure equal distances. Here an ISOCELES TRIANGLE is being constructed.
 Click on the Circle in the work area.
 Click on Arrow (Select) tool, on left.
 Click on the Display menu at the top and choose Hide Circle.
 Click on an empty space on the work area to finalize the construction.
