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How to wrap long tables in AutoCAD (LT)?

A - answer Long AutoCAD tables (tables with many rows) may be difficult to place on drawing sheets. But you can wrap any table into multiple sections (columns) in AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT.

Grip-select the table and use the bottom center blue arrow (pointing down) to click and drag the wrap break-line to the desired position.

Wrap table

You can also do this in a less interactive way using the Properties palette. Display the Properties (Ctrl+1), select your table and set the requested properties (especially the Break height) in the last section - Table Breaks. You can e.g. control the horizontal spacing of the wrapped sections, repeat top and bottom labels, etc.
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6.2.2012    3890x  
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applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD LT ·

See also:
Tip 11279:How to set word-wrapping in Report Creator tables?
Tip 9532:How to split Inventor parts lists to multiple sheets?
Tip 8640:Text formatting codes in MText objects.
Tip 8446:How to wrap a long parts list to multiple columns?
Tip 7503:Autodesk 3ds Max keyboard shortcuts.


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