How do you reverse a cloud in Autocad?

What is cloud command in AutoCAD?

Creating and modifying AutoCAD Revision Clouds. Revision clouds are geometries used in AutoCAD to drive attention of users to a certain part of the drawing. The revision clouds are Polylines in the shape of connected arcs and they can also be modified like a Polyline.

How do I add a revision cloud in AutoCAD?

To Insert a Revision Cloud in the Drawing

  1. Select a revision cloud tool on a tool palette. …
  2. Specify the first point of the cloud shape in the drawing area. …
  3. Specify the cloud shape, and click once when the cloud is closed. …
  4. Enter the text you want displayed in the tag, and click OK.

How do you make a rectangular revision cloud in AutoCAD?

Create a Rectangular Revision Cloud

  1. Click Home tab Draw panel Revision Cloud drop-down Rectangular. Find.
  2. Specify the first corner of the revision cloud.
  3. Specify the other corner of the revision cloud.

How do you make a revision triangle in AutoCAD?

Do one of the following:

  1. In a drawing with a revision already in the table, click Revision Symbol (Annotation toolbar), or click Insert > Annotations > Revision Symbol.
  2. Right-click in the revision table of the desired revision row and select Revisions > Add Symbol.

How do you create a cloud in Civil 3D?

Help

  1. Attach one or more RCS point cloud scans or RCP point cloud projects to the drawing. …
  2. Click Home tab Create Ground Data panel Surfaces drop-down Create Surface From Point Cloud Find.
  3. Select a point cloud, or use one of the command line selection options to select an area of one or more point clouds.
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How do I change the scale of Revcloud in AutoCAD?

Help

  1. Click Home tab Draw panel Revision Cloud drop-down. Find.
  2. In the drawing area, right-click and choose Arc length.
  3. Specify a new minimum arc length.
  4. Specify a new maximum arc length. …
  5. Press Enter to continue with the command or Esc to end the command.
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