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  1. minhphuong_humg

    Please, complete my lisp!

    I have compiled some lisp select dimension, text as thread (http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showthread.php?41670-Dimension-values-to-Excel). However, it don't sort as picture attached. Please, complete as picture. http://www.mediafire.com/view/y4vcb8llxwlzy1x/Capture.PNG My lisp (collectibles): http://www.mediafire.com/download/yy8u5xhav2zguv8/ha.lsp
  2. Ok people, got a weird one for y'all Now I know when we do our drawings, and we set our dimension lines, everything's already mentioned. Now in my field I tend to use one drawing for alternating dimensions eg: I draw a frame measuring 24 x 24, but then I may use that same drawing for a measurement of 23 3/4" x 22". There will also be measurements that will also derive from these i.e. outer working in. I know the first suggestion will be to re-scale the drawing to get the appropiate dimensions, but I would like to know if there was a way to apply formulaes, just as if you was making formuales for an Excel sheet. Attached is one of my drawings. As you can see, I have to leave the dimensions blank so that I can write in the differing measurements. Any assistance in grateful. 15266.dwg
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