Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video Justify, part of AutoCAD: Effective Annotating.
- [Instructor] We're staying in our 03_UsingText.dwg file.…What we're going to look at now…is the justification tools available to you…with single line text and multi-line text.…So you'll notice I've saved the drawing…from the previous video…and I'm just working my way along,…saving each time as we go through each particular video.…So let's have a look at our single line text down here.…Going to zoom in on it first,…just pan it up a little bit and I'm going to click on it.…Now you'll notice there's a blue grip,…bottom left corner.…
That's the typical, if you'll pardon the pun,…default setting for single line text…which is the left justification.…Now what I can do is I can right click…with that text selected,…go to properties,…and here it says Justify Left…so if I change that now,…I've got all these different ones…like Middle, Center, Top center, and so on,…I'm going to set it to Middle center, like that.…Close the properties palette,…and you can see it's moved,…because what it's done,…is it's now justified the text Middle center…
- 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
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