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An object default style is a collection of all annotation types and their default settings. A standard contains settings for views, text, object defaults, and hatches. In this topic, you create an object default style and a standard, and use them to control the appearance of the drawing.
- Expand the Object Defaults node and select Object Defaults (ISO). Click New, and in Name,enter Modified Object Defaults (ISO). Clear Add to Standard.
NoteThe Add to Standard behavior for object default styles differs from annotation styles. If Add to Standard is selected, the new object default becomes active for the standard.
- Set the filter to Dimension Objects.
- Change the Object Style for all dimension types that use the Default (ISO) to Modified (ISO), as shown in the following image.
- Click Save. Expand the Standard node, select Default Standard (ISO), and create a standard named Modified Standard (ISO).
On the Available Styles tab, select DimensionModified (ISO) style.
On the Object Defaults tab, set Active Object Defaults to Modified Object Defaults (ISO). Click Save, and double-click Modified Standard (ISO).
The standard name changes to bold type to indicate it is active.
- Click Done.
Newly created dimensions use the Modified Standard (ISO).
To update existing dimensions, select the dimensions in the graphic window. Then on the ribbon, select Modified Standard (ISO)
from the Style list on the Annotate tab
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