This is an AutoCAD LT 2010 tutorial of how to dimension your drawings. There are tips on setting up your scale, baseline dimensioning, aligned dimensioning and more. For more software tutorials, check out This tutorial is designed for beginners that are new to AutoCAD LT and is a follow-up to my last tutorial of how to get started drawing in AutoCAD.
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hi kevin,wonderful work man,also i have a question..i wanted dimensions in "feet",although i achieved it appears very small and have to zoom in to a large extent to view the dimension,any idea regarding the problem?
Best dimension tutorial..good job kev!
thanks for comin up wid that question.
the text above the line is really small and hard to read
how do change that?
couldn't find it in the style editing
i feel like someone needs to start rapping about cad at the beginning of these videos
very nice tutorial,it helps me a lot.GODBLESS!
is there's a smart dimension in autocad
The default spacing between baseline dimensions can be set from the Dimension Style Manager, Lines tab, Baseline Spacing
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great tutorial for beginners, thanks
Just left a comment on one of your other vids. They are very professional and informative but please cut to the point! By naming the video something specific if someone watches it that's what they are looking for, don't need to see how to create a new project, or draw basic lines! 2.5 minutes until you get to the point of the video!
hi how do u put center maks for ellipse withou doing it manually?
Love it… very simple and easy … THANK YOUUUU
@dalegendkila Unfortunately, there is no quick dimension tool in AutoCAD LT 2010. It was finally implemented in LT in 2011 and has been present in the 2011, 2012 versions of LT.
Hi Kevin, I notice in the Dimension icon that they dont have the "quick dimension" icon/command, did i missed it or there is no quick dimension in LT version ?
That is a very good question.
In AutoCAD LT, the "LT" basically stands for "lite".
In the full version of AutoCAD you have both 2D and 3D drafting and design capabilities, as well as some additional functionality, whereas AutoCAD LT is used more for 2D blueprints and schematics.
Hope that helps!
hi kevin ! what is the different between autoCAD LT and a normal autoCAD ?
@LCSL Very sorry for the late reply. To answer your question: no, attaching the "mm" suffix to angles is not right. Thank you for pointing that out!
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Awesome Kev helped out huge on the continuing dimension
God Bless you Kevin!
kevin u 've very lucid style in explaining.thanx i enjoyed viewing it
This guy is awesome at explaining stuff!!