Join Jeff Bartels for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding scales to annotative objects, part of AutoCAD 2009: Annotation.
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The true strength of annotative objects is that they can be assigned multiple…scales. This means we can have a single annotation show up at the proper size…in multiple viewports even if those viewports are set up for different plot…scales. In this lesson, we are going to learn how to add scales to our…annotative objects.…On my screen, I have got an architectural floor plan and if I zoom in on the…left-hand side, you can see that I have already started annotating this…drawing. I have got some text, I have got some dimensions, and I have got a…call-out. All of these objects were created using annotative styles and they…were all inserted with an annotation scale of one-half inch equals a foot.…
Now, this drawing contains a layout. Let's take a look at that. I'm going to…come down and click my Quick View Layout tool. We'll select the Layout Preview,…and then we'll click on screen. Now, my layout contains two viewports.…The layout on the left is focusing on the master bedroom and the master bath area.…
- Understanding annotation settings
- Creating objects that size themselves to match plot scale
- Dividing multi-line text into columns
- Creating dynamic tables with Excel-like functionality
- Using "fields" to create automated labels
- Converting non-annotative objects to annotative
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Annotative Objects
2. Multi-Line Text Tools
4. Dimension Tools
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