## How do you type 1/2 inch in AutoCAD?

**In AutoCAD you can enter a vulgar fraction (partly also in DText or block attributes) in 4 ways:**

- trivia: using three characters “1”, “/”, “2”
- using a unicode character: e.g. “1/2” has a code U+00BD, “1/4” can be entered as U+00BC, “3/4” can be entered as U+00BE (you have to choose one of the Unicode fonts)

## How do you write feet and inches with fractions in AutoCAD?

To draw in feet and inches in AutoCAD, **go the the Drawing Utilities section then Units**. From here you can change the type to Architectural. You can also set your desired precision in fractions of an inch.

## How do you stack text size in AutoCAD?

How do you stack text? Select the text, and on the Text Editor tab, on the Formatting panel, **click Stack**. Forward slash (/) stacks text vertically, separated by a horizontal line.

## How do you write half inch in CAD?

**How do you write fractions in AutoCAD?**

- Go to Multiline text and specify your window for your text, just click and drag your cursor to form a window for text.
- Then type a number like this with a slash between.
- Then select the number, right click on it, find and click Stack.

## How do you write a fraction in inches?

The symbol for fractions of inches when writing them is the quote mark, **” after the fraction**. So 1/4 of an inch is written 1/4″. Fractions need to be reduced when writing them down. It is accurate to say that one half of an inch is 4/8, but it is incorrect to write it that way.

## How do you write a fraction dimension in AutoCAD?

**To Control the Display of Fractions in Dimensions**

- Click Home tab Annotation panel Dimension Style. …
- In the Dimension Style Manager, select the style you want to change. …
- In the Modify Dimension Style dialog box, Primary Units tab, under Linear dimensions, select one of the following from Fraction format: …
- Click OK.

## What is a fraction example?

A fraction is called a proper fraction when the numerator is smaller than the denominator. Examples are: **⅓, ⅔, ⅖**, 3/7, 5/9, etc.