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Have you ever wondered how to enter in additional text on a dimension in AutoCAD but not affect the actual intelligent measurement that the dimension is posting?? Many clients have asked me, so here’s how you do it.
Below is an example of the resulting text included with a dimension. To get the ‘TYP’ to post up under the dimension text, you select the dimension, then navigate to the properties palette. In Properties, scroll down to the bottom of the Text category and look for the Text Override line item. In that line, enter the following switch: