Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Recognizing a table, part of AutoCAD Raster Design Essential Training.
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- Recognize Table is the same exact thing…as Recognize Text.…It doesn't pick up the table,…but it does pick up the text…and it keeps the formatting a lot better.…Also, with Recognize Text, it doesn't pick up the text style…and we have to manually override it,…regardless of what the text style is.…Recognize Table picks up the text style as well.…This video will have us going into a file…with a raster table sitting there,…then we'll convert that pile of pixels into some text.…Let's jump into AutoCAD.…Let's click Start Drawing, and we'll get started.…Let's Insert.…
Let's grab Door Schedule; let's open that up.…Let's click Next; let's click Next.…Let's click Finish.…Okay.…If you have a table that's this big,…you can forget about it.…It's too much text and it's not going to happen.…You have to do it in smaller portions.…So I'll avoid that, and I'll come into this one.…First thing I want to do, though,…is modify our text style,…so type in S-T-Y-L-E and hit Enter.…
Annotative, we'll keep Annotative,…but what I want to do is hit the drop-down,…
- Inserting images
- Creating new images
- Creating image masks
- Managing images
- Editing images
- Creating REM regions and primitives
- Recognizing and vectorizing text
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