Join Jeff Bartels for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating and navigating tables, part of AutoCAD 2009: Annotation.
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Creating a table used to be a painful process. All the lines had to be drawn…manually and the text entries were individual objects. Back in the old days…the only thing more difficult than creating a table was editing a table. Today,…table creation is a completely automated process and edits can be made in…seconds. In this lesson we are going to learn how to create a table.…Now on my screen, I have got an example of a table. This guy was created the…old-fashioned way. That means that every one of these objects is an individual…entity. That means that this table was difficult to create and it's even more…difficult to edit. Let's see if we can recreate this table using an AutoCAD…table object.…
I am going to pan this over so we have some room and to create a table…I'm going to come up to the Annotation panel in my ribbon and I'm going to click…the Table icon. Let's talk a little bit about the settings that we see on screen. …Right up here I can select my table style, this setting controls the…
- 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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