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use Zoom Window twice.) Choose Zoom Previous again. As you can see, this dimension needs some modification. 5. Choose Dimension Style from the Dimension toolbar. The current dimension style should be Standard. Click New. In the New Style Name text box, type Arch 48 and click Continue.
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6. Click the Lines and Arrows tab if it is not on top. In the Arrowheads section, choose Oblique from the first drop-down list. The size should be 3 16". In the Dimension Lines section, type 3/32 in the Extend beyond ticks text box. (Due to the units precision setting set by choosing Format Units AutoCAD rounds this to 1/8".) Click OK to return to the Dimension Style Manager.
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7. In the Dimension Style Manager, notice that the arrows have been changed to ticks in the preview. Click Set Current. Click Close. 8. Select the dimension you created in Step 3. In the Dim Style Control drop-down list on the Dimension toolbar, choose Arch 48. The dimension now has the geometry settings you just made. To check it out, do a Zoom Window to the left end of the dimension. You can see that the oblique mark has replaced the arrow. Do a Zoom Previous.
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9. Save your drawing. Keep this drawing open if you are continuing on to the next exercise.
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In the New Dimension Style dialog box, the Text tab, shown in Figure 15-11, controls text appearance, placement, and alignment.
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You have full control over dimension text appearance, as you do over any other text in your drawing. Choose a text style from the Text style drop-down list. You may want to create a special text style such as Dim Text for dimension text to give you the flexibility to alter dimension text without changing other text in your drawing. Create the dimension text style before creating your dimension style.
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See 13 for a discussion of text styles.
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Figure 15-11: The Text tab of the New Dimension Style dialog box
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Choose a color from the Text color drop-down box. You can pick a color for the dimension text that differs from that of the rest of the dimension. Remember, dimensions are blocks. The default color is ByBlock so that dimensions take on
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the color of the current layer or color setting. In general, you should have a separate layer for dimensions. Then the entire dimension is the color set for that layer. Use this setting only if you want the dimension text to be a different color from your dimension layer color. To choose a nonstandard color, choose Other from the dropdown list to open the Select Color dialog box. Choose the height for your dimension text. It s a good idea to set the text style height to zero, so you can set the height in this box. Otherwise, the text style height takes over. It s much easier to make all your dimension style adjustments in one place than to make changes in the text style as well. If your unit type uses fractions, use the fraction height scale to set a ratio of fraction text to whole text. This option is only available if your units specify the use of fractions. You may want the fractions to be smaller than whole numbers. A scale of 0.5 makes the fractions half the size of whole numbers; the resulting overall fraction is slightly higher than the whole numbers of the dimension text. Web Pages Crystal code39 implementationfor
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The Vertical drop-down box affects how text is justified relative to the dimension line. As you make changes, be sure to look at the preview to see if the results are what you want. Table 15-1 lists the options.
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Table 15-1 Vertical Justification Options for Dimensions
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Option Centered Above Outside JIS Function Centers the text in the dimension line, breaking the dimension line into two. This is typical for mechanical drafting. You can see an example in Figure 15-5. Places text above the dimension line. This is typical for architectural drafting. You can see an example in Figure 15-4. Places the text on the side of the dimension line that is farthest from the object you are dimensioning. Places dimension text in conformation to the Japanese Industrial Standards rules, which vary the placement according to the angle of the dimension line.
The Horizontal drop-down box affects the placement of dimension text between the extension lines. Here again, AutoCAD provides a handy visual confirmation of your choice. Table 15-2 explains your choices.