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Before you can use the multiline style, you must save it. AutoCAD saves multiline styles in a file with the file name extension .mln. When you click Save, AutoCAD opens the Save Multiline Style dialog box, as shown in Figure 16-35.
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Line-90 Line-45 Outer arc Inner arc Figure 16-34: The results of choosing the various options in the Multiline Properties dialog box
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Figure 16-35: Saving a multiline style
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In general, you can save your multiline styles in the default file, which is acad.mln. Click Save to return to the Multiline Styles dialog box.
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Like linetypes, multiline styles must be loaded before you can use them. Choose Load to open the Load Multiline Styles dialog box, shown in Figure 16-36. Choose the style you created from the list and click OK.
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Figure 16-36: The Load Multiline Styles dialog box
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AutoCAD returns you to the Multiline Styles dialog box. You are now ready to use the multiline style. Click OK to return to your drawing. You can also use the Multiline Styles dialog box to rename multiline styles and make another multiline style current.
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The drawing used in the following Step-by-Step exercise on creating a multiline style, ab16-g.dwg, is in the Drawings folder of the AutoCAD 2002 Bible CD-ROM.
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Step-by-Step: Creating a Multiline Style
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1. Open ab16-g.dwg from your CD-ROM. 2. Save the file as ab16-8.dwg in your AutoCAD Bible folder. This is a site plan, shown in Figure 16-37.
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Figure 16-37: The parallel lines at the bottom of the site plan can be drawn using a multiline.
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3. Choose Format Multiline Style to open the Multiline Styles dialog box. In the Name text box, type siteplan. Choose Add. 4. Choose Element Properties. With the top element highlighted, change the offset to 0, the color to black (it lists as white), and the linetype to dashdot. 5. Highlight the second element. Change the offset to 132 (11' 12"), the color to magenta, and the linetype to continuous. 6. Click Add. Change the offset to 180 (15' 12"), the color to red, and the linetype to center. 7. Click Add. Change the offset to 228 (19' 12"), the color to magenta, and the linetype to continuous. 8. Click Add. Change the offset to 360 (30' 12"), the color to black, and the linetype to dashdot. 9. Click Add. Change the offset to 480 (40' 12"), the color to red, and the linetype to center.
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If you are using someone else s computer, check with the owner before saving the linestyle to acad.mln. You can t do any damage, but the owner may not want to have your multiline style there. You can change the name in the File Name text box to something else, such as my_mls.mln.
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10. Click OK. In the Multiline Styles dialog box, click Save. 11. In the Save Multiline Style dialog box, you should see acad.mln in the File Name text box. You can also type a new .mln file name. Choose Save.
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12. Choose Load in the Multiline Styles dialog box. In the Load Multiline Styles dialog box, highlight the SITEPLAN multiline style, and choose OK twice to return to your drawing. 13. Save your drawing. If you are continuing on to the next exercise, keep the drawing open.
Drawing multilines
Defining a multiline style is the hard part. Once the style is defined, saved, loaded, and made current, you can draw with it. You may find you need some practice to get the hang of it because you are drawing more than one line at once. To draw a multiline, choose Multiline from the Draw toolbar to start the MLINE command. AutoCAD responds with the Specify start point or [Justification/Scale/STyle]: prompt. AutoCAD also displays the current justification, scale, and style. The default is to pick a point. From there you get the Specify next point: prompt. After the first segment, you get the Specify next point or [Undo]: prompt, and after the second segment, the Specify next point or [Close/Undo]: prompt. Here is how to use the options: Justification: You can choose Zero, Top, or Bottom. Zero places the element that has a zero offset in the multiline definition at the pick point. You do not need to have a line at zero offset, as is the case with the Standard multiline style. The top example in Figure 16-38 shows the Standard multiline style with zero justification. Top places the line with the highest positive offset at the pick point. The middle example in Figure 16-38 shows the Standard multiline style with top justification. Bottom places the line with the highest negative offset at the pick point. The bottom example in Figure 16-38 shows the Standard multiline style with bottom justification. Scale: Multiplies the offset values in the multiline definition by the scale. The Standard multiline style places two lines 1 unit apart. A scale of 6 would place them 6 units apart. Style: Enables you to specify the current multiline style. Type to get a list of the available multiline styles. As you draw a multiline, whenever you create a corner by changing direction, AutoCAD creates a clean corner with no intersecting lines.