Yes, I did something wrong and I don't recall what I did. Hopefully someone using AutoCad 14 can help me.
For weeks now, when I would check the diagonal distance of a line, the information at the bottom of the drawing would indicate the X axis dimension, the "Y" axis dimension and the "Z" axis dimension along with the angle of the "Z" axis line. Yet now, all I get when I check the distance of a diagonal line is the "X" axis dimension and the "Y" axis dimension. The "Z" axis dimension is not displayed and neither is the angle of the "Z" axis line.
Again, I haven't a clue as to what I did; so can anyone out there tell me how to correct this error?
I tried the two suggestions you provided and none of these worked. I also noted that this same issue occurs in every new and old drawing I create or pull up. As stated before, before I did whatever I did, I was able to click on the distance icon, move along my selected diagonal line, and read the "X"axis length, the "Y" axis length and the "Z" axis length, along with the angle of the specified diagonal line. Now all I can read when I check a diagonal line is the "X" axis length and the "Y" axis length. The "Z" axis length only appears as 0'-0".