- [Narrator] Another type of annotation…that you have in your AutoCAD drawings…is the dimensioning annotation that I've mentioned…previously in various videos.…So we're still in our 02_TypesOfAnnotation.dwg file,…and you can see the dimensions over there…on the left-hand side on our object.…Now, when you work with dimensions in AutoCAD,…you always work with a dimension style.…Now for this, I've jumped into the Annotate tab…on the ribbon and I'm using the dimension panel here.…
Now if I want a dimension style,…the quickest way to get to it is to click…on this little button here,…and there's my dimension style manager.…And you can see that the current dimension style…is LYNDA1.…Now if I click here on Modify,…it allows me to go in and modify that dimension style.…Now let me just adjust the size of the box here.…Let's just make it a tad smaller…so that we can work with it a little bit more easily.…And you'll notice that all of these dialogs…are easily resized to fit your screen.…So when we look at the dimension style,…
- Setting up text, dimensioning, centerlines, leaders, and markup layers
- Setting up a multileader style
- Aligning multileaders
- Collecting multileaders
- Setting up the table style
- Working with cells in the AutoCAD table
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Annotation in AutoCAD
Why use annotation?3m 10s
2. Different Types of Annotation
3. Using Text Effectively in Your Drawings
4. Dimensioning Accurately in Your Drawings
5. Using Centerlines
6. Leaders and Multileaders
7. Setting Up an AutoCAD Table
8. Marking Up an AutoCAD Drawing
Next steps2m 4s
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