What Are the Units in Autocad?

AutoCAD uses different units to measure the dimensions and coordinates of objects in a drawing. The most commonly used units in AutoCAD are decimal inches, decimal feet, and millimeters.

Decimal inches are used to measure the dimensions of objects in inches. For example, if you draw a line that is 12.5 inches long, it will be displayed as 12.5 inches in the drawing.

Decimal feet are used to measure the dimensions of objects in feet and inches. For example, if you draw a line that is 12 feet and 6 inches long, it will be displayed as 12’6″ in the drawing.

Millimeters are used to measure the dimensions of objects in millimeters. For example, if you draw a line that is 25 millimeters long, it will be displayed as 25 mm in the drawing.

In addition to these units, AutoCAD also supports other units such as meters, kilometers, and microns. You can specify the units to use in a drawing by setting the “Units” option in the “Drawing Units” dialog box.

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