Using the Annotative property to automatically size multileaders


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Using the Annotative property to automatically size multileaders

You were probably wondering about this and you were right. Multileaders can also be annotative. In this lesson we are going to learn how to create predictably sized Multileaders in our drawings. On my screen I have an architectural example, this is a drawing of a proposed medical office, and I would like to create some Multileaders to label some part numbers of the furniture in a typical Exam Room. Before I do that, I want to verify the plot scale of this drawing, so let's take a look at the layout that I am interested in. I say that because there are two layouts in this drawing.

Layout OV1 is an overall presentation of the entire facility and layout ER1 focuses on a single exam room. This is the view where I would like to display my callouts. If I look right down here, I can see that my drawing is displaying at a scale of one half of an inch equals a foot (1/2" = 1') knowing that, I am going to return to model space and I am going to create an annotative multileader style. I w...

Using the Annotative property to automatically size multileaders
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Using the Annotative property to automatically size multileaders provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2011 Essential Training

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