I am making several drawings, all of which will use the same dimension and text styles. How do I import, or copy, styles (mainly dimension styles) from a previous drawing to the new drawing?
I searched for a topic on this, but what I found seems to apply to ACad not ACad LT. Or, at any rate, the topic discussed things I'm not familiar with A-Tall!
Thanks for your help, as usual.
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You could also insert the drawing that has the desired dimstyles, layers, etc. into the drawing that you want to have these same dimstyles, etc. After inserting, purge out anything you don't want.
I agree, templates are the way to go. Dimstyles, layers, print settings, etc. all setup in a template and used to start a drawing. We have a template for a standard 24 x 36 dwg and metric version of the same thing. We also have a template for an 8 1/2 x 11 sketchpad dwg. They have evolved a bit since I created my first template in AutoCAD release 2.6 back in the 80's but templates are great once you get all the settings correct for you.
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