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Creating 4-Point Angular Dimensions

Use the 4PointAngleDimension command to create an angular Dimension based on two points each on the two legs of an angle.

The command lets you create the Dimension of the interior angle between the two legs and the exterior angle.

To create four-point angular Dimensions:

  1. Type 4PointAngleDimension at the command prompt.
  2. In the graphics area:
    1. Select two points to define the first line.
    2. Select two other points to define the second line.
    3. Specify the position of the dimension arc lines or specify an option:

      Angle, Note, or Text: See Editing and Formatting Dimension Text.

      The position determines whether the inner or outer angle is measured.

  Use EntitySnaps to define the two legs on entities.


Command: 4PointAngleDimension

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