Subject: Working with multiline styles



When you create a multiline, the program draws it on the current layer, using the cur­rent multiline style. Each multiline has a corresponding multiline style, which con­trols the appearance of the multiline, such as the number of parallel lines, the spacing between each line and each line’s color and linetype, start and end caps, and more.

You can create, save, modify, and delete named multiline styles. You can also set any multiline style to be the current one that is assigned to new multilines as you add them to your drawing. Multiline styles can be exported and imported as .mln files which makes it easy to share them between computers.

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Creating or modifying a multiline style

Setting the current multiline style

Assigning a style to a multiline

Renaming a multiline style

Deleting a multiline style

Importing and exporting multiline style files

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