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    anyone used this in 2008? cant get my head around it at all. i have my DIMSTYLE set up and i just change my DIMSCALE to suit but how does this annotation thing work? it sounds really useful as we have several typical details but soemtimes have them at different scales and this sounds ideal.

    any help would be most useful

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    there are many tutorials online, even on this site.
    these should get you on the path you are looking for.

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    where do i find them?

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    first of all you could try at the bottom of this thread, where it says 'Similar Threads', or even use the search function of this site

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    thanks Sven

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    Sven ??? Has to be a story there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Cullen View Post
    Sven ??? Has to be a story there.
    he's the manager of the football club I have as my avatar.
    I think happy supports the other team just outside Manchester

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    Ah, I see. Hey Blue, have you posted your tutorial on annotative scaling yet?

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    yeah, its on another thread - you can find it here - http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showthread.php?t=17117

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    right still having problems.

    ok.

    i have my drawing dimensioned up for a scale of 1:10. my text height is 0.025 and DIMSCALE is 0.01 as my dimstyle is set up for text height 2.5.

    what now? i really am lost.

    i have made annotative text YES in the properties but getting no further really.

    ps when i scale my VP i type 100 to get 1:10 is that correct or maybe that is of some help?
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