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The scale and appearance of dashed lines in your drawing are determined by the linetype scale (LTSCALE). When you go to plot, this parameter is very crucial since lines that appear dashed in Model Space may show solid in Paper Space if their LTSCALE isn't quite perfect.

Linetype in AutoCAD is defined as the pattern of symbols, dots, text, dashes, continuous lines, etc. We can adjust the line width and Linetype according to the requirements. It is also used in layers, where we can define different LineTypes for different layers.

Linetypes are a set of predefined thick and thin lines that can be used in CAD drawings. A linetype scale is the thickness of all the lines in a linetype.

The "color" command is the most basic way to change the color of an object. It has a number of options that can be used to specify the color and other attributes. The "shade" command is another way to change the color of an object. The "shade" command also has a number of options that can be used to specify the color and other attributes.

To modify the linetype scale, open the Linetype Manager by selecting Other from the Linetype drop-down list in the Properties panel on the Home tab. If the lower portion of the dialogue box isn't visible, click Show Details. Type the scale factor you desire in the Global Scale Factor text box. Click the OK button.

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