Asked by: Manie Oldenhofasked in category: General Last Updated: 29th February, 2020
How do I calculate text height in AutoCAD?
- Determine the plot scale if outputting from model space or the scale of a viewport on a layout.
- Divide the drawing units by the paper units to obtain the drawing scale factor.
- Multiply the drawing scale factor by the desired text output height to determine the height of the text objects in the drawing.
Likewise, people ask, what is the standard text height for AutoCAD?
Most industries have plotted text height standards, which AutoCAD refers to as paper text height. A plotted text height of 1/8” or 3mm is common for notes. Some companies use slightly smaller heights (for example, 3/32” or 2.5mm) to squeeze more text into small spaces.
Similarly, what is the correct height in paper space for 1 100 scale metric? Re: What is the correct text height in Paper space for 1:100 scale metric. 1/8 text height in metric would be 3.175 mm @ 1:1 scale.
One may also ask, how do I change text height in AutoCAD?
To Set Text Height in a Text Style
- Click Drafting tab > Text panel > Style.
- In the Text Style dialog box, select the text style to modify, and enter the text height (in drawing units) in the Height box.
- To update existing text that uses this text style, click Apply.
- Click Close.
What is annotative text in AutoCAD?
In recent versions of AutoCAD and AutoCAD-based programs, there is Annotative text. The idea is an annotation scale is used to determine text height or the overall scale of an annotation object. Here is a good workflow to make the text or dimensions annotative and apply the appropriate scales: 1.