Part II Drawing in Two Dimensions in .NET

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Part II Drawing in Two Dimensions
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When there is not enough room to place the arrowheads, dimension line, and text between the extension lines, AutoCAD needs to place some elements of the dimension outside the extension lines. The Fit tab, as shown in Figure 15-13, lets you specify how you want AutoCAD to handle this situation.
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The Fit Options section determines what gets moved outside the extension lines text, arrows, or both when they can t fit inside the extension lines. These are among the hardest of the dimension styles options to understand, yet they can greatly affect how your dimensions appear.
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The fit options specify what goes outside the extension lines. Before Release 2000, they specified what goes inside the extension lines. Be careful or you will get a result opposite of what you intended.
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Figure 15-13: The Fit tab of the New Dimension Style dialog box
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Here are your choices: Either the text or the arrows, whichever fits best: Puts whatever fits inside the extension lines. The arrowheads might fit inside and the text not, or the other way around. Or if there is not enough room for either, they both go outside the extension lines. Figure 15-14 shows a dimension using this option.
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15 Creating Dimension Styles and Tolerances
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Figure 15-14: A narrow dimension using the Either the text or the arrows, whichever fits best option.
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Arrows: If there is not enough room for both the text and the arrows between the extension lines, the arrows go outside and the text goes between them. Figure 15-15 shows a dimension using this option. The results of this option happen to look the same as Figure 15-14, but a different setting produced them.
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Figure 15-15: A narrow dimension using the Arrows option
Text: If there is not enough room for the text and the arrows between the extension lines, the text goes outside and the arrows go between them. Figure 15-16 shows a dimension using this option.
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Figure 15-16: A narrow dimension using the Text option
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Part II Drawing in Two Dimensions
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Both text and arrows: Keeps the text and arrows together between the extension lines if there is enough room, outside the extension lines if not. Figure 15-17 shows a dimension using this option.
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Figure 15-17: A narrow dimension using the Both text and arrows option.
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Always keep text between ext lines: As it says, this option always keeps the text between the extension lines, even if they don t fit. Figure 15-18 shows a dimension using this option.
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Figure 15-18: A narrow dimension using the Always keep text between ext lines option.
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Suppress arrows if they don t fit inside the extension lines: Use this checkbox to suppress the display of arrows completely if they don t fit inside the extension lines (instead of putting them outside). This option is used together with one of the previous options. Figure 15-19 shows a dimension using this option with the Either the text or the arrows, whichever fits best option.
Text Placement
The Text Placement section determines where you want the dimension text when it isn t in its default position, due to a tight fit. Your options are: Beside the dimension line: Places the dimension text next to the dimension line, but outside the extension lines. Figure 15-20 shows a dimension using this option as well as the same dimension edited to move the text off the
15 Creating Dimension Styles and Tolerances
model. You can move the text anywhere to the left or the right of the dimension line, but not above or below it. Editing dimensions is covered later in this chapter.
Figure 15-19: A narrow dimension using the Suppress arrows if they don t fit inside the extension lines option along with the Either the text or the arrows whichever fits best option
Figure 15-20: Dimension text is placed beside the dimension line when it doesn t fit inside the extension lines. You can move the text from side to side. On the right, the text has been moved to the right slightly so it doesn t cross the model.
Over the dimension line, with a leader: Places the dimension text over the dimension line, between the extension lines, but above them, with a leader from the dimension line to the text. You can move the text anywhere to suit your needs and dimensioning conventions, as shown in Figure 15-21. Over the dimension line, without a leader: Places the dimension text over the dimension line, between the extension lines, but above them, with no leader, as shown in Figure 15-22. You can move the text anywhere.