Editing Dimensions

Select the whole dimension chain by clicking at a “free spot” on the dimension line with the Checkmark with Mercedes =cursor.
Select a Dimension Unit by clicking its midpoint with the Checkmark with Arrow cursor.
Select a Dimension point by clicking it. (The point itself is not visible until you select it.) Once a dimension point is selected, you can do any of the following:
Select the Dimension Text by using the Quick Selection cursor. Or click on the lower left corner of the text with the Checkmark with Arrow cursor.
From the pet palette, choose the Insert/Merge Dimension Point command, then click on the element whose dimension you want to add, or anywhere outside the line.
Select the Dimension Tool, then Ctrl/Cmd-click on the element whose dimension you want to add, or anywhere outside the line.
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From the pet palette, choose Move Dimension Point. Drag the selected dimension point to its new location.
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Select a Dimension Unit by clicking its midpoint with the Checkmark with Arrow cursor.
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Click Delete.
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From the pet palette, choose Move Dimension Line Segment.
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From the pet palette, choose Break Dimension Line.
If you clicked a segment: The dimension line is broken at the closest endpoint of the segment you clicked. You can drag the newly split line to a new position.
If you clicked on a point: The dimension line is broken at the point. Click with the eyeball cursor on the side that you wish to offset.
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From the pet palette, choose Split Dimension Line.
Select one of the chains (click at a “free spot” on the dimension line), bring up the Insert/Merge Dimension Point command from the Pet Palette, then click on the other dimension chain to merge it.
Note: You can drag or rotate a dimension chain as a whole. Units or points cannot be dragged, rotated or mirrored away from the parent dimension chain.
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Use the Drag, Rotate or Mirror command from the pet palette.
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Bring up the Align dimension line command from the Pet Palette
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