You use dimensions on drawings to convey size and specifications. Most drawings are not complete until you have added dimensions.
When dimensioning a drawing, you need to consider the final output scale of the drawing, the placement of dimensions, and how the dimensions should appear.
In this chapter, you learn how to create, edit, and manage dimensions in a typical design environment.
After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
- Create dimensions.
- Use dimension styles to manage dimensions.
- Create and edit multileader styles and multileaders.
- Use different commands and methods to edit dimensions.
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