In this video, Shaun Bryant shows you how to add and work with annotative dimensions in your AutoCAD drawings.
- [Instructor] Once again, we're staying … in our 00 Ground Floor Plan, Revision B drawing. … And in the previous video, we looked … at annotative text styles. … What you can also do in AutoCAD … is set up annotative dimension styles. … And again, they all tally up between the view port scale … and the annotation scale that you set in the model space … when you're actually placing the dimensions in this case … rather than text. … You'll notice there's already some annotative dimensioning … in the top left corner in the model tab in the drawing. … Zoom up towards that, and do a little bit … of panning as well. … So we'll just get to that sort of point there. … Now you can see that we've got a dimension of a window, … and we've got a dimension from the grid there. … 1.1 to the window opening there. … What we're going to do is just place a dimension … perhaps on one of these windows here … using an annotative dimension style. … Now let me explain an annotative dimension style to you. … It adopts the annotation scale in the model space, …
- Using workspaces
- Working in the Model and Layout tabs
- Saving and restoring views
- Locking viewports and freezing viewport layers
- Adding a title block
- Using annotative dimensions and revision clouds