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    Quote Originally Posted by Cad64 View Post
    Shouldn't this be in the Tips and Tricks section?
    Well, that is where I had him put it originally and I decided to move it, since some have asked lately about losing associative dimensions. A beginner may not go looking for Tips & Tricks.

    By all means move it back if you feel different.
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    I nominate irneb for most effective use of smileys in a tutorial.

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    I a sticky in the beginners section,

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    Recently I have started drawing using Auto CAD software. I have learned using of various tools like line, circle, trim, copy, move, object snap, region, extrude, intersect, union and so one. These are the basic features of 2D and 3D drawing. But I had a problem in dimensions setting. Your post is all about this so I think it will be great instruction for me. Thanks

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    Glad you found it useful. I wish I had more time to do more of these. Maybe one day!
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    I am very eager to learn about the topics. It is quiet identical and effective may be. Need special attention.

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    See THIS thread for the dimension size discussion.
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    A very good tip indeed I did not know about. Thanks you.

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    Thanks for good tips about dimensions....
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