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The available settings in the Table page of the Auto Dimension Configuration dialog box allow you to specify the parameters by which the Auto Dimension feature can generate circle table dimensions. The available settings are explained in the following segment. Note that the settings contained in the Table page will be un-selectable unless Circle Table is first enabled under Dimension Type in the Mode & Selection page.
Select a type from the available options: Radius or Diameter. When Radius is selected, Auto Dimension will generate a radius dimension. When Diameter is selected, Auto Dimension will generate a diameter dimension.
Specify a field by which the table will be sorted. The following options are available from the drop-down menu: Diam./Rad. (diameter and radius), X Coord (X coordinate), Y Coord (Y coordinate), and No Sort (no sort applied).
Indicate a sort direction in which the table will be sorted. The two available options are: Ascending (sorted in ascending order) and Descending (sorted in descending order).
Auto Position at Distance
When checked, the table will automatically be positioned as shown in the tables below. In these tables, X Max refers to the largest X Coordinate in the Table, Y Max refers to the largest Y Coordinate in the Table, and Y Min refers to the smallest Y Coordinate.
If the checkbox is not checked, the Table will be placed as shown below:
Bottom to Top Table
When selected, the table will be read from bottom to top.
Table as Composite
When selected, the table will be generated as a composite.
These settings allow you to apply a filter to the dimensions being automatically created. The filter parameters that can be configured are explained below.
The settings under Coordinate Origin allow you to elect to Draw Origin Point and specify a Position Origin. These settings are explained below.
Use these available settings to determine how the table will look.
If the Spaces Between Columns setting is set to 4, and X is set to 4.4, then the entire column will be 13 spaces wide (4+4+1+4) +1 is for the decimal point, and there will be a 4-digit precision.