In this tutorial you will learn how to put text single line text in your drawing. For putting the text into your drawing you can use either Dtext command and Ddedit command.
You can also learn about the Role of Keyboard Function Keys in AutoCAD.
This command places individual lines of text in a drawing and also lets you see every letter being typed. You can also enter multiple lines of text without exiting the dtext command.By pressing Space Bar it will put a space between letters as well as words.
In order to use Dtext command you need to follow these steps.
- 1st of all type in: DTEXT and then press ENTER from your keyboard.
- Now you need to define the starting point of text and for that you to click on the point where you want your text to be started.
- Now you have to specify height and for that you need to type in the height which you want your text to be and after that you need to press ENTER from your keyboard.
- Now is the time to specify the rotational angle of the text and if you want your text to be in horizontal direction than type in: 0 and then press Enter.
- Now comes the stage where you have to type in the required text and then press ENTER from your keyboard. If you wish to add more lines press Enter from your keyboard again.
- When you are done typing the text you need to press ENTER key from keyboard twice.
You can also use DDedit for entering the text into your drawings and for that you need to follow these simple steps.
- 1st of all you need to type in: DDedit and then press ENTER.
- Now select the annotation object with the mouse and then select the line of text which you wish to edit.
- Noe the EDIT TEXT box will be opened displaying the text which was selected in step 2.
- Using the keyboard edit the text in the box. When you are done click OK in order to save the changes.