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A multileader is a type of annotation in AutoCAD. It is used to annotate drawings with text, graphics, and dimensions.

The single-column format is great for presenting information in an orderly way, but when you need to make lists, it does not work well. The two-column format is great for making lists and for presenting information in an orderly manner, but it does not work well when you need to present long paragraphs.

Multileaders are a type of graphic device that is used to present information in a way that is more visually appealing to the human eye.

There are different types of multileaders, but the main two types are:

  • Tables
  • Charts

A multileader is a drawing object that can be used to annotate a drawing. It is a combination of leader, text, and arrowheads. The text can be either single-line or multiple lines. Leaders are used to connect the text to an object in the drawing that it refers to. The arrowheads are used to indicate the direction of the text relative to the leader.

The difference between Multileader and Multileader Styles is that the former is a drawing command whereas the latter is a style. The default setting for Multileader Styles in AutoCAD is to use a dashed line.

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