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    How Can I Make Curved Linetype As Zigzag.

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    Can you provide a little more information about what exactly you are trying to do? You know there is already a "Zigzag" linetype, right? You just need to load it into your drawing. Then just draw your Arc, or Spline and you will have a curved Zigzag line. Is that what you're after?
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    I'm Sorry I Need Load Linetype Make The Line Multicurve.

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    Type LA at the command line to open your "Layer Properties Manager" and create a new layer for the Zigzag linetype and then click on the word "Continuous" in the "Linetype" column. This will open the "Select Linetype" dialog. Click the "Load" button and then scroll to the bottom of the list and select "Zigzag" and then click OK. Now back in the "Select Linetype" dialog, select "Zigzag" again and click OK. Make the "Zigzag" layer current and click OK to close the Layer Manager. Now everything you draw will use the Zigzag linetype.

    I'm not sure what you mean by Multicurve? Try the SPLINE command.
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    Drawing3-Model.jpgThe Image Will Explain What I Need.
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    Ok, I'm glad you posted that image because that's not what I thought you wanted at all. In the future, try to post images of what you want whenever possible. It will save everybody a lot of time and trouble.

    Go Here, download the free linetypes and follow the installation instructions. There is one linetype called "Sheetpile1" that looks similar to what you want.

    If that one doesn't work, then you will need to create your own custom linetype.
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    I'M SORRY FOR THIS MISTAKE I'M NOT GOOD IN EXPLAIN WHAT I NEED IN ENGLISH YOU SAY Go Here, download the free linetypes and follow the installation instructions. GO WHERE. THANK YOU ALOT.

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    Oops, forgot to add the link. It's fixed now, just click on the word "Here" in my previous post.
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    Thanks Alot Its Very Usefull Lines But The Linetype Which I Need Not Found I Will Try Make It Myself, Thank You Again Cad64.

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    This link has been broken.. any chance someone has a new location I could use to download this linetype file??

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