In the Modify Features pane, Fillet creates a circular arc that is tangent between two segments and trims or extends the two connecting segments. You can drag and size the radius dynamically or type a fixed radial distance.
For example, you can click two straight street curb lines and create a rounded concave curb between them. The original curb lines can be connected or disconnected.
Creating a fillet does not require a selection. Clicking the segments with the pointer automatically selects them. When you drag and size a radius dynamically, a preview of your edits appears on the map.
- On the Edit tab in the Features group, click Modify .
The Modify Features pane appears.
- Expand Reshape and click Fillet .
The tool opens in the pane.
- To apply a fixed radius, check the Fixed Radius check box and type the the radial distance.
- Click one of the two existing lines between which you want to create the fillet.
- Click the other line to which you want to connect with the tangent arc.
If a fixed radius isn't set, the fillet curve changes as you drag the pointer along the other line.
- Click the map again to finish your edits.