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what is calc  Dim? when do you use?

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CALC DIM is a calc script command that calculates a particular dimension based on its outline properties.

CALC DIM give more control than a CALC ALL statement which consolidates all dimensions.  CALC DIM allows you calc dimensions as needed, which can help with performance.
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