Using Annotation Sets Part 4

In Annotation Sets Part 4 we will continue to work with annotation sets.
This will complete this series of tutorials on Annotation Sets. This is a powerful tool to get to know. I hope that this series of tutorial tips will help you gain proficiency in using Annotation Sets.

Using Annotation Sets Part 3

An annotation set is basically a collection of defaults and layers, which can be saved as a single group. This makes it easy to change display properties for several objects at once by simply choosing from a menu. For example, one of your saved dimenison defaults can be grouped with one of your saved arrow defaults, and one of your saved text defaults, and a saved callout default. This combination can be used in …

Using Annotation Sets Part 2

In Annotation Sets Part 1, I showed you one way to create a new annotation set. In Annotation Sets Part 2, I will show you another way to create a new annotation set. We will create the same annotation set (½” Scale IN ONLY Annotations) that was created in Annotation Sets Part 1. I will also show you how to save this new annotation set for future drawings.

Using Annotation Sets Part 1

Chief Architect users have always been able to create default settings for many objects and then save the settings with the plan. Default settings can be created for dimensions, doors, windows, walls, text, and other objects. Beginning with Chief Architect X3, there are some objects that you can create and save multiple default settings for. You can create multiple default settings for manual dimensions, text, and other objects as you will soon learn in this section.