You can add measurements to your drawing with several dimensioning commands. Use dimension styles to format dimensions quickly and maintain industry or project dimensioning standards.
You can create several types of dimensions, and you can control their appearance by setting up dimension styles or by editing individual dimensions.
You can control the appearance of dimensions by changing settings. For convenience and to help maintain dimensioning standards, you can store these settings in dimension styles.
You can specify the size of dimensions in your drawing. How you set dimension size depends on the method you use to lay out and plot drawings.
You can create all of the standard types of dimensions.
You can modify all components of the existing dimension objects in a drawing either individually or by using dimension styles.
You can add geometric tolerances that show acceptable deviations of form, profile, orientation, location, and runout of a feature.