Landscape drawings are constructed full size in model space. This means that any enquiry of a design (in model space) will give values that are meaningful in the units used to construct the design. Construction teams need properly dimensioned drawings to implement the work. In the USA, while a design will be drawn with the base unit set to decimal feet, dimensions are displayed in feet and inches.
This movie shows how to apply linear and aligned dimensions to a landscape drawing. We make adjustments to text location, offset from dimension origin etc. We show how to control the display of dimensions in the USA environment where there is a need to display a dimension in both feet and inches.
Click here to download a block that contains the dimension style used for Imperial dimensioning shown here. Insert the block into your drawing and the Imperial dimension style is then available.
Here is another movie that shows how to adjust dimension styles.