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A title block is a set of data that is used to identify the project and provide information about it. It includes the drawing's name, author, date created, scale, and other metadata The title block can be accessed in the "Insert" tab under "Text."

A title block is a section of a document that includes the title and other information about the document. A title block is usually on the first page at the top of the page and contains, at a minimum, the following information:

  • Title
  • Author(s)
  • Subject
  • Date (or date range)
  • Abstract or introduction
  • Keywords

A title block is a compositional element that is used to identify the work of art. It contains information about the artist, artwork, and sometimes even the date when it was created.

The purpose of a title block is to provide information about a document. It provides an easy way for readers to identify what they are reading, who wrote it, and when it was written.

In AutoCAD, the title block can be created by using the command LINE. The command line is followed by two numbers: the length of one side and then the width of one side. These numbers should be separated by a space to form one line.

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