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Have You Tried: Adding Labels and Callouts With Multileaders

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Some of the most common annotations in a drawing are labels and callouts. These convey various types of information and identifications depending on their content and symbology. The most advanced tool available for creating these types of objects in AutoCAD is the multileader tool and the MLEADER command.

Here are some examples of multileaders that you can create.

labels and callouts with multileaders

Just as the case with text or dimension styles, when you define several multileader styles, you can specify what type of multileader you want to use and then create them efficiently.

Learn more about how to get started using the Multileaders feature by following the step-by-step examples in the Have You Tried: Multileaders for Labels and Callouts topic.

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