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Table of tolerances in AutoCAD

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    Posted: 04.Jan.2019 at 13:33
Hello. 
I am wondering if it's possible to create somewhat automated table of tolerances in AutoCAD (currently using v2019), similar to fitslist command in autocad mechanical or Inventor I suppose. If not, does anyone have a neat way of creating it without making either a tone of single line texts or overlapping mtexts? I'd like it to look similar to what you can see on the image below.

I've tried to create a simple table with text cell type but it's a bit poor when it comes to text editing options available (I can't justify the text properly, can't add tabs, etc.). Double overlapping mtext fields is another option, there's a freedom of text formatting but I'd rather have a single text entity, because switching draw order every now and then for editing purposes is annoying.

I've given it a search but was unlucky with finding satisfying results.


Edited by EngiMan - 04.Jan.2019 at 13:35
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