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    It's AutoCAD it isn't Inventor. Maybe I'm...

    It's AutoCAD it isn't Inventor.

    Maybe I'm mistaken about the procedure but I am not mistaken that this topic has been covered before here at CADTutor. In fact, I may have even participated. ...
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    This post dates back to 2010 and I'm sure the OP...

    This post dates back to 2010 and I'm sure the OP has since figured it out given the replies he received. The OP was also using AutoCAD 2009 so showing him how to do it in Zwcad doesn't really help...
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    I think you would have to space the individual...

    I think you would have to space the individual letters around the face of the curve first then extrude after which I would use the Interfere command.

    An example using a single letter.

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  4. Are you talking masonry construction or wood...

    Are you talking masonry construction or wood framed construction?
  5. Hope you haven't misplaced your car keys. LoL ...

    Hope you haven't misplaced your car keys. LoL

    You're entirely welcomed. :)
  6. Seek and ye shall find. ...

    Seek and ye shall find.

    http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showthread.php?65086-Change-Case-of-MLeader-Text-Strings&highlight=LM%3ASentenceCase
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    What are you using for a custom name and value?

    What are you using for a custom name and value?
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    There are any number of dimensioning lisp...

    There are any number of dimensioning lisp routines to choose from. Do a search, find and test what you come across then choose the one that works best for you.
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    These are the two methods I use. I've never used...

    These are the two methods I use. I've never used the Custom Properties technique you speak of. There are also custom lisp routines that can be utilized as well.

    1. Use the Search tool in...
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    Did you look at post #40 of this thread? Have...

    Did you look at post #40 of this thread? Have you also read through other threads regarding the Penn-Foster HVAC project? Some of them contain images of the plates. I think you are looking for...
  11. You want CAD standards then look no further than...

    You want CAD standards then look no further than those published by the AIA. You can also consult the National CAD Standard since some (or most all?) of the AIA standards have been incorporated...
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    Would do you mean "tag" a drawing? Tag it how? ...

    Would do you mean "tag" a drawing? Tag it how?

    Just what are you trying to accomplish? Is it a drawing viewer that you are looking for?
  13. Yes, they are inaccessible.

    Yes, they are inaccessible.
  14. I'm sorry to hear that the Penn-Foster...

    I'm sorry to hear that the Penn-Foster instructors haven't gotten any better although P-F has made some attempts to clear up errors in various project descriptions. On the other hand I am glad to...
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    Will any 3D work be required?

    Will any 3D work be required?
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    Is the house going to undergo a complete, top to...

    Is the house going to undergo a complete, top to bottom, renovation? Will the walls be gutted?
  17. You can't edit them because the linetype...

    You can't edit them because the linetype definitions are inaccessible. I think there are one or two ways to obtain the information though using a custom lisp program.

    Refer to the links that...
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    The only .cod files I'm familiar with are the...

    The only .cod files I'm familiar with are the compiled source code used to create programs for a Blackberry. LoL Doesn't sound like anything that would be associated with using AutoCAD to me but I...
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    Why do you need a lisp routine when it could be...

    Why do you need a lisp routine when it could be done using QSELECT?
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    We're talking a .scr file is that correct? A...

    We're talking a .scr file is that correct?

    A script file is an ASCII text file that contains a set of command line instructions for AutoCAD to follow.
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