start AutoCAD, type in all four choices and see which command does work and bring up a dialog for dimension-style-definition and which one does not.
As I already wrote (in another post): it's up to you to do the work, and that can be done very easy, you just need to do it, to be (a lot more) self-initiative.
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Thanks for the explanation. I never said that posting simple questions was wrong. But including the explanation in a post and adding all the questions to that post would have brought a quicker response.
Wrong answers on a Civil Service test. Doesn't surprise me. I am surprised that they are AutoCAD specific. The ones I've seen try to be generic across platforms.
As of release 2012 the answer would be C. DDIM and D are OOTB Aliases for the DIMSTYLE command.
However it gets tricky. In R12 (June 1992) the command was DDIM. I don't know when it changed. I would think that most people who worked on a version before it changed would think DDIM was the command. Possibly anyone who was originally taught to type DDIM would also think it was the command.
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