The design features in a drawing—the mechanical part or the walls and doors of a building—are typically drawn at their actual size. The annotation objects then provide information about those features. While the design features always remain the same size, the size of annotation objects typically depend on the scale at which a drawing is printed, so that they remain readable in the resulting output. Learn how to use annotative scaling to ensure that text and dimensions always print at the proper size.
After completing this lesson, you'll be able to:
- Create annotative objects.
- Adjust the location of annotative objects.
- Control annotative scales.