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Hot to increase/decrease distance

Hot to increase/decrease distance

Hot to increase/decrease distance

Bentley:Microstation:2D Drawing

How can I set the distance from the object to the Dimension Extension line (normally a few mm)?

RE: Hot to increase/decrease distance

Which version are you using? This will help alot because each version is different.

RE: Hot to increase/decrease distance

Hello Namdac

Thank you for taking the time to reply to my post.

According to the help abput I am using version. (V8 2004).

RE: Hot to increase/decrease distance

First click on the dimensioning tool, the element dimensioning tool box opens. Next to the word style you will see a magnifying glass, click on it and the dimension styles dialog box opens, Click on extention lines. This will allow you to set the offset.

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