AutoCAD Title Block: How To Insert and Scale to Fit a Layout

In todays video I go over how to insert the free 8.5×11 title block you get when subscribing to my newslettr into a layout even if the units and or scales are different.

By using the scale and reference length commands you can easily start using the free title block right away. (to get it now, simply enter your email address in the box on the right and it will be emailed to you)

Watch the video below:

If you have any questions at all, please just ask in the comments below and don’t forget to let me know what you’d like to learn and I’ll be sure to add a video for you.

Looking for a New Title Block for your drawings?

Gold Package: $65 (Best Value)

Silver title block template
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Included:
Everything from the Silver Package Plus:
(Full Size Sheets) Bonus: Includes 2 Different D Size (24 x 36) Landscape Title blocks

Both come in Imperial and Metric

Comes in 8 .dwt files (metric and imperial for each template)
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Silver Package: $45 (Most Popular)

Silver title block template
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Included:
1 Title Block Style w/3 Variations– A modern and sleek title block with 3 variations including: text along bottom, text along top and text down the right side (see picture to the right)
Page sizes included:
8.5×11 Landscape & Portrait
8.5×14 Landscape & Portait
11X17 Landscape & Portrait
12 x 18 Portrait
Comes in 6 .dwt files (metric and imperial for each of the 3 variations)
Email Support/Help
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Cheers and happy drafting,
Brandon

 

 

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Brandon is a Civil Designer, aspiring blogger and tech aficionado from a small town in Canada. He has been obsessed with design and technology since diapers (coincidentally, his amazing wife recently gave birth to their first son, Emmett, and diapers are now a majority of their free time) and working as a Civil Designer for nearly as long. Brandon’s blog and Youtube channel, CADIntentions.com has been his outlet and loving excuse for keeping up with new tech and trends in the CAD design world for the last five years growing to over 3 million views and being the source of many great friendships and opportunities.