Converts an associative dimension to a dimensional constraint.
Accessing the Command
command bar: dcconvert
menu bar: Parametric | 2D Constraints | Convert
toolbar: 2D Constraints |
ribbon: Parametric | 2D Constraints | Convert
: dcconvert
Prompts you in the command bar:
Select associative dimension to convert: (Select the associative dimension you want to convert to a dimensional constraint)
Command Options
Option |
Description |
Select associative dimension to convert | Select an associative dimension; the program converts it a a dimensional constraint. |
Procedures
Related Commands
DimConstraint - applies a dimensional constraint to an entity or between constraint points on entities; converts associative dimensions to dynamic dimensions.
GeomConstraint - applies geometric relationships between entities and/or valid constraint points on entities.
DcAligned - constrains the distance between two points.
DcAngular - constrains the angle between two lines or linear polyline segments; the total angle of an arc or an arc polyline segment; or the angle between three points on entities.
DcDiameter - constrains the diameter of a circle or an arc.
DcHorizontal - constrains the horizontal distance (X-distance) between two points with respect to the current coordinate system.
DcLinear - constrains the horizontal distance (X-distance) or vertical distance (Y-distance) between two points with respect to the current coordinate system.
DcRadius - constrains the radius of a circle or an arc.
DcVertical - constrains the vertical distance (Y-distance) between two points with respect to the current coordinate system.
ConstraintBar - controls the display of the constraint bar of entities.
DcDisplay - allows to set dimensional constraints to be displayed or hidden.
Delconstraint - removes all dimensional and geometrical constraints from an entity.
CleanUnusedVariables - purges variables not used in constraint expressions and not linked to dimensions.
-Parameters - manages 2D dimensional constraint parameters and user variables in the current drawing.