In this video, we will see how we can edit multiline using merit tools in AutoCAD.
The shortcut key for using the Multiline command is the 'M+L+Enter' key.
We will see that we have many options in the command prompt for this, such as Justification, Scale, Style. We will select Justification, and inside that, also we have three different options, Top, Zero, Bottom.
We will select the top and draw one object. After that, we will select zero and draw one object, and after that, we will select the bottom and draw one similar object.
Now we will select all the three objects which we have drawn now.
Now to know the distance between the object we have drawn, we have the 'Scale' option.
So by using this option, we can set the distance between two lines of the objects.
Now we will see the last option that is known as 'Style'. If we want to draw more than two lines at one time, how can we draw? For that, we will go to our command prompt and type the 'M+L+S+T+Enter' key.
It will open one dialogue box on our screen. From here we can make a new style according to our choice. We can select the line type, line colour here and also mark the outer arc or inner arc at a particular angle at the end of the lines.
We can also see the preview of the lines which we are editing in the dialogue box there.
As our new style has been made, we select it and then again go to the command prompt and write 'M+L+Enter' and observe that the line's style has been changed from standard to which we saved. When we draw the line, it will be in the format of the style we made.
AutoCAD is a drafting software that has been used in the industry for many years. One of the most popular features of AutoCAD is its multiline styles, which are used to make text look different. The multiline style can be modified by changing the height or width of the line, or by modifying the angle of the text.
These are some ways to modify a multiline style:
There are three ways to draw a multiline in AutoCAD:
The AutoCAD FIND and REPLACE tool is a powerful way to search for text in a drawing. It is used to find and replace specific text in a drawing. The FIND command searches for text that matches the specified criteria. The REPLACE command replaces the found text with the new text.
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