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subscript "1" in acadtable and theta symbol

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02-10-2009 11:09 AM
i am trying to create geometry tables for civil 3d using both API from cad and c3d in order to automate all types of geometry.

the parameter name "AD1", "AD2" (the 1 and 2 should be subscript). also Θs1 and Θs2. The theta symbol is always in Arial.

i got all the table style creation and formating figured out. but how to do subscript 1 and get a certain cell text to go into a specified font? the theta symbol looks great on Simplex. but for some reason it doesn't go to romans, which is ideal.

yeah, btw thanks a lot for making c3d unable to do scs, cs, sc, scscs type of curve tables. i made my own program to deal with this, all alignments at once with all tables in model space.
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Re: subscript "1" in acadtable and theta symbol

02-12-2009 05:37 PM in reply to: wang890
show subscript characters anyone? i still have the numbers in normal case.
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Re: subscript "1" in acadtable and theta symbol

04-30-2011 12:35 AM in reply to: wang890

For superscript:

Type the ^ symbol after the text and highlight the text incluind the symbol and right click select the stack .

 

For subscripting:

Same as above but type that symbol before the text and smae procedure.

 

Example for the superscript find the attachment

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