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ReMark

The link is no good.

 

What's so special about the annotation that appears as an image in your post? My guess is it is either a block or a dynamic block.

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radh

Thanks ReMark for the reply.

... and as a beginner 'the annotation that appears as an image in my post is so special' for me... that's why I posted this thread in the AutoCAD Beginners' Area.

 

 

 

The link is no good.

 

What's so special about the annotation that appears as an image in your post? My guess is it is either a block or a dynamic block.

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Tuns

I would assume it's an annotative block. They're not hard to make really. There are tutorials online all over the place for annotative blocks.

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radh

Thanks Tuns ... I thought there would be some inbuilt stuff like the 'Leaders'.

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ReMark

I wanted to know if it was a regular block or a dynamic block.

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rkent

Assuming you are asking about GD&T, if not ignore. You can use TOLERANCE command for the M and for the other frames, the line and rectangle will be made by you. Draw it and create a block.

 

Multileader would be a good way to go, pretty easy to get set up.

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radh

Thanks rkent,

that was helpful ... now I'll manage :D

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