AutoCAD Mechanical General Discussion

AutoCAD Mechanical General Discussion

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martmcfeely
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Mechanical/ mechanical classic

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11-15-2013 01:47 AM
When using 'mechanical classic' view, I am able to right click on the space at the right of the banner that opens an Autocad menu, from here I can open various toolbars, ie dimension and text. Is there any way of doing this using the 'mechanical' view?
I'm new to Autocad so please excuse the stupid question if there's a simple way!

Hi,

 

You can use "-toolbar" to turn on toolbar. If you don't know the name of toolbar. You can simply invoke dimension toolbar. then right click on the dimension toolbar and then you will see the list of toolbars. You can simply tick the toolbar you want to see.

 

Command: -toolbar
Enter toolbar name or [ALL]: dimension
Enter an option [Show/Hide/Left/Right/Top/Bottom/Float] <Show>:

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michaelsu
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Re: Mechanical/ mechanical classic

12-01-2013 07:57 PM in reply to: martmcfeely

Hi,

 

You can use "-toolbar" to turn on toolbar. If you don't know the name of toolbar. You can simply invoke dimension toolbar. then right click on the dimension toolbar and then you will see the list of toolbars. You can simply tick the toolbar you want to see.

 

Command: -toolbar
Enter toolbar name or [ALL]: dimension
Enter an option [Show/Hide/Left/Right/Top/Bottom/Float] <Show>:

Thanks.
Michael Su
SQA Engineer
Autodesk
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martmcfeely
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Re: Mechanical/ mechanical classic

12-03-2013 09:23 AM in reply to: martmcfeely
That's great, and very obvious now I come to think!
Thanks a lot for your help!
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