I'm using AutoCAD 200i. I can't figure out how to draw a dashed or dotted line.It will only let me draw solid lines. I've looked through everything. Is it possilbe?
Command:LINETYPE (to go to the linetype manager
then pick LOAD button to choose a linetype, dashed or dotted...
Then pick OK to return to the linetype manager,
select the linetype you want, press current, then OK again to return to the drawing.
Draw the line...
Establish a template file to use for starting new drawings. This file will be saved with a .dwt file extension. As you add settings to this file any new drawings will already have those in it. When you hit save and then pick .dwt through the drop down list autocad will automatically navigate to the default template file location, save the file there. Example: woodcraft.dwt
Then use Options, Files, Templates, and point to the file name so that it will be used with qnew each time.
Do you work for Woodcraft? We used to have a store here and I loved going in there, I still get the catalog and order from there.
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