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An Inventor drawing annotation is an object that can be placed in a drawing and annotated. Inventor supports annotations able to display text and images, even if they are not natively supported by the software.

In Autodesk Inventor, you can use drawing annotations to directly enter instructions for your machines and objects. These instructions use the same commands as in the program's graphical environment. They can be made from lines, dashed lines, dots, squares or circles. There are a few other types of annotations that you can add such as text boxes and dimensions.

Drawing annotations can help improve design by providing a visual breakdown of the design and how it will be constructed. This is a common technique when working with Autodesk Inventor.

Drawing annotations are a way to include information in your drawings. They can be used for all kinds of details such as title, dimensions, references, and notes. They can also be used to highlight key features or specific areas of interest.

Autodesk Inventor is a CAD software that is used to design, simulate and create 3D models. The purpose of drawing annotations in Autodesk Inventor is to help engineers and designers communicate with other people.

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