AutoCAD 2010/2011/2012

AutoCAD 2010/2011/2012

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Tables Roundingup figures

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10-18-2011 01:17 AM

We have a number of table in a template, the typical values that are required are too 1, 2 or 3 decimal places (i.e 1.1, 1.12 or 1.123).


If we have the units (of the drawing) set to 0.0 then it rounds all inputs to 1 decmical place (i.e 1.1 even if we put 1.123).

If we have the units set to 0.000 then it shows all inputs to 3 decimcal places, including 1.1 is shown as 1.100.


Is there a way of showning just the figured typed (similar to excel) i.e 1.2 is shown as 1.2 NOT 1.200)


Thank you

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Re: Tables Roundingup figures

10-18-2011 07:00 PM in reply to: markfarrell

You might need create new Cell Styles for different precision data cells. Per you example, you could create 3 Cell Styles for 1,2,3 decimal data cells respectively in TableStyle command, then assign the Cell Styles to corresponding cells. Now, the data precision in these cells will not be affected by drawing units.


The step to create new Cell Styles and set precession for Cell Styles is show in the attached JPG.

Cell Styles





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Qingjiu Huang
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Autodesk, Inc.

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Registered: ‎10-18-2011
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Re: Tables Roundingup figures

10-18-2011 08:19 PM in reply to: huangq

Hello, i'm newbie here. i dunno how to create new post so i ask here.


I tried to print the layout from autocad, the autocad will freeze and it will prompt out the AutoCAD Application error message as the attachment below. Once click on "cancel", the application will shut down itself. Anyone can help me pls!!


*The printer is HP LaserJet P5225.

*Other program like Revit, MS Word and etc still able to print well.


Appreciate a lot.



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