Your other option is to work in reverse. Instead of importing your text into Revit, export your titleblock to Word. Format the sheet to be whatever your Revit sheet size is (30x42, 24x36, etc.), then insert the titleblock as a background, and put the sheet/project/data in the footer or margins, as appropriate.
Just throwing my penny in the wishing well. Could the next release kindly address the issue of text formatting not turning into alphabet soup with every click? Maybe put some of these rendering engine / material library upgrade projects on the back burner and bring Revit text formatting up to par? Even though it's the last thing we want to do, architects and engineers need the ability to format large bodies of text WITHIN the software, not import and export out of MS Office, too much room for error. Thanks truly to team Autodesk for any consideration on this matter.
has this Revit alphabet soup text dysfunction been fixed yet? if so can you post the fix to this 34 month old thread? we are more than half way thru 2014 now. i'm using Revit 2014 x64 R3.
if you read this - thanks!
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