Use text, dimensions, leaders, and annotation dots.
Dimensions are created parallel to the current viewport's construction plane. Combine dimension commands with object snaps to give precise values.
The annotation style controls the way a dimension displays. For example, the dimension text location can be above the dimension line or in the dimension line. The end of a dimension line can display an arrow, a tick, or a dot. The dimension text can show decimal, fractional, or feet and inches numbers.
Create annotation text.
Set the font, bold, italic, height.
Search for specified text.
Draw an annotation dot that stays parallel to and sizes with the view.
Draw horizontal or vertical linear dimensions.
Draw a linear dimension lined up with two points.
Dimension the angle between two lines.
Dimension the area of a closed curve, surface, mesh, or hatch.
Dimension the length of a curve.
Dimension the diameter of a curve.
Dimension the x or y distance from a base location.
Dimension the radius of an arc or circle.
Draw a linear dimension that is rotated from the xy axis.
Dimension the angle between two planes.
Specify the current annotation style.
Draw an annotation leader with attached text.
Create or remove an arrowhead on a curve.
Return dimension text to its default location.
Import annotation styles into the current document.
Manage angle brackets, dimension display, degree, diameter, plus/minus symbols.
Open a text notes window.
Draw text-shaped curves, surfaces, or polysurfaces based on TrueType fonts.
Use drafting tools
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