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mtext through a viewport

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04-12-2010 07:19 AM
I have choose to edit text through a viewport if there is only a word to edit. when i do this i get 8 different groups of the same text in 8 different size fonts. Is this something to do with annotation, maybe a switch mistakenly turned on? Also, can anyone refer me to a very good tutorial on Annotation? This annotation stuff is driving a few of us nuts. We don't fully understand it. We have watched a few tutorials but they are not getting the point across. thank you.

Re: mtext through a viewport

04-12-2010 07:33 AM in reply to: centtinal
Yes it's anno
When you add text, make sure the style you are using is not set to anno
(tick box is off).
type STYLE and dead in the centre is the tick box.
autocadexchange.com should have some tut's for anno. It can be handy when
you need the same text at different scales but apart from that it can be
painful.

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I have choose to edit text through a viewport if there is only a word to
edit. when i do this i get 8 different groups of the same text in 8
different size fonts. Is this something to do with annotation, maybe a
switch mistakenly turned on? Also, can anyone refer me to a very good
tutorial on Annotation? This annotation stuff is driving a few of us nuts.
We don't fully understand it. We have watched a few tutorials but they are
not getting the point across. thank you.
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Re: mtext through a viewport

04-12-2010 08:23 AM in reply to: centtinal
THANKS MUCH, I FIGURED IT WAS SOMETHING SIMPLE.
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Re: mtext through a viewport

04-12-2010 08:50 AM in reply to: centtinal
CAN YOU GET ME SOMETHING IN ENGLISH FOR ANNOTATION? I AM A FINLANDER THAT CAN'T READ YOUR LANGUAGE OR MY OWN FOR THAT MATTER.
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