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Aligning dimensions into one line.

A - answer If you need to align a series of linear dimensions to a single line, you can use the command DIMSPACE available in AutoCAD since version 2008.

Select the first (default) dimension and then the other dimensions which will be aligned. On the "space" (offset) prompt enter 0.

DIMSPACE

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applies to: AutoCAD 2012 · AutoCAD 2010 · AutoCAD 2008 ·

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