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How to draw revision cloud

Autocad Revision Cloud - Draw revision cloud in Autocad

In this video we will see that how we will learn about AutoCAD Revision cloud and How to Draw Revision cloud in AutoCAD in detail.

Revision cloud is used to highlight any part of particular drawing. To enter it in command prompt we will write 'REVCLOUD' and then revision cloud will get active and then we can draw our cloud by moving our mouse with left button of it pressed.

We can also set the arc length of our revision cloud. In that we can provide maximum and minimum size of our arc.

Now suppose if I have drawn any drawing and we have highlighted some part with any particular object, and now we want to convert that particular object to revision cloud, then we can use object option from command prompt, and select that object, we will see that it will be converted into revision cloud.

We can also change the direction of arc by reversing it.

Now suppose if we want to make rectangular revision cloud then we can use 'rectangle' option from command prompt window of revision cloud and one rectangle revision cloud will be drawn now.

We can also draw revision cloud for any polygon by using 'polygon' option from command prompt window of revision cloud.

We can also change the style of a revision cloud to 'Calligraphy' by using 'Style' option from Command prompt window of revision cloud.


  • A revision cloud is a kind of annotation in AutoCAD. It's a way to show the changes made in an AutoCAD drawing over time. A revision cloud is a kind of annotation in AutoCAD. It's a way to show the changes made in an AutoCAD drawing over time.
  • It is very important for designers and engineers to see the changes they have made to their drawings, and how those changes affect other parts of their design. Revision clouds allow them to do this by providing a visual representation of the revisions that have been made, and how they relate to each other.

The scale of a revision cloud in Autocad can be changed by changing the font size of the text. To change the font size, select the text and then type “ZOOM” in the command line.

Revision clouds are a great way to organize your thoughts and make sure you have a clear idea of what you want your paper to say. A revision cloud is a quick way to brainstorm ideas and organize them in one place. You can create many revision clouds at once by using the "New Revision Cloud" button on the right side of the screen.

  • Revision clouds are a great way to visualize the changes that have been made to a document. It can be used by teachers, authors, and students.
  • The revision cloud is made up of the original text on the left and all of the edits or revisions on the right. The lines that connect them are called branches. The longer the branch, the more revisions have been made.
  • The best way to create revision clouds is to use Google Docs or Microsoft Word Online because they allow users to upload their documents for revision clouds with ease.

Revision clouds are a great way to see how your content is performing in relation to its competitors. They are also a useful tool for identifying the weaknesses of your content. A revision cloud is a graphical representation of the relative popularity or performance of different pieces of content. You can use it to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your content. This will help you improve your content and make it more engaging for readers.

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