# How do you enter feet in AutoCAD?

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## How do you enter feet and inches?

A. Usually, a hyphen is unnecessary: write “five feet, two inches tall,” “five feet, two inches,” “five foot two,” and so forth. But a hyphen is helpful in expressions such as “five-two.” If you write 5′2″, there’s no space after the sign for feet (a prime symbol).

## How do I convert AutoCAD to inches?

Solution:

1. Open the Dimension Style Manager using DIMSTY.
2. Select the dimension style in use.
3. Select Modify.
4. Navigate to the Primary Units tab.
5. Set Unit Format to Decimal.
6. Set the Precision to be displayed. For whole inches, set the Precision to 0.
7. In the Suffix box, add the inch symbol (“).
8. Press OK.

## How do you change from mm to feet in AutoCAD?

On the Dimension menu, click Style. In the Dimension Style Manager, click New. In the New Dimension Style dialog box, select a Name, Start With Style, and select Use For: All Dimensions. … On the Primary Units tab, enter mm in the Suffix box and set the Scale Factor to 25.4 (there are 25.4 mm per inch).

## How do you draw a line with distance in AutoCAD?

To Create a Line Using a Direction and a Distance

1. Click Drafting tab > Draw panel > Line.
2. Specify the first point and then, move the cursor the same angle as the line that you want to create.
3. Enter a distance at the prompt.
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## Is it a foot or inch?

For feet, a single apostrophe is used (‘). For inches, a double apostrophe is used (”). Here’s an example. 5′ 6″.

## How do you write 5 feet 8 inches?

For example, 5 inches, 8 feet, 5 ounces, 100 pounds, etc. Just like Chicago Manual Style, you can use a hyphen as well if the dimension is an adjective before nouns: 8-foot pole, the 10-ounce crackers, the 170-pound dog, etc. The third rule is you don’t need hyphens if you’re describing someone’s height.