Join Shaun Bryant for an in-depth discussion in this video Spelling, part of AutoCAD: Effective Annotating.
- [Instructor] There's now no excuse in AutoCAD…when you're using text for bad spelling.…There is a spell check available…and you can use it on either your single line text,…or your multi-line text.…Let's have a look at multi-line text first…and yes, we're still in the 03_UsingText.dwg file,…I've just saved it as we've gone along.…So there's my multi-line text there,…I double click on it like so,…and that highlights the text…and brings up the Text Editor tab on the ribbon.…Now the nice thing is,…is I can now deliberately spell something incorrectly.…
So let's spell, dimensions with two m's like that,…automatically, AutoCAD picks up on the fact…that it's bad spelling…and puts a red dash line underneath it,…and you'll notice we have a spelling option here…in the Text Editor tab on the ribbon.…So if I now select Spell Check and click on it like so,…it'll actually do a spell check for me.…Now, you'll notice that all it does is a spell check.…Like so, so if I do that,…it just highlights it with the dash line underneath.…
- 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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