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*Bree Day Partnership
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Size of text on levels

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04-28-2004 09:26 AM
Further to a similar post, is it possible to change text settings associated with the LEVELS you see in section / elevation? I find the text size too large, and the spacing a bit on the luxurious side. I'd like to reduce the text from 3mm to 2mm (when plotted on a 1:50 scale sheet) and bunch the text closer, to avoid overlapping. Appreciate any feedback, help, pointers or guidance Damian
*Henry Dearborn
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Re: Size of text on levels

04-28-2004 12:28 PM in reply to: *Bree Day Partnership
Yes. Go to the Annotation Families and edit text in the family. For instance, if you are using "Level Head - Target.rfa" for levels, you open that family and edit the text style and then reload it into your project. Bree Day Partnership wrote: > Further to a similar post, is it possible to change text settings associated > with the LEVELS you see in section / elevation? > > I find the text size too large, and the spacing a bit on the luxurious side. > I'd like to reduce the text from 3mm to 2mm (when plotted on a 1:50 scale > sheet) and bunch the text closer, to avoid overlapping. > > Appreciate any feedback, help, pointers or guidance > > Damian > >
*Bree Day Partnership
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Re: Size of text on levels

04-29-2004 03:35 AM in reply to: *Bree Day Partnership
Thank you. Damian "Henry Dearborn" wrote in message news:40900460$1_2@newsprd01... > Yes. Go to the Annotation Families and edit text in the family. For > instance, if you are using "Level Head - Target.rfa" for levels, you > open that family and edit the text style and then reload it into your > project. > > > Bree Day Partnership wrote: > > Further to a similar post, is it possible to change text settings associated > > with the LEVELS you see in section / elevation? > > > > I find the text size too large, and the spacing a bit on the luxurious side. > > I'd like to reduce the text from 3mm to 2mm (when plotted on a 1:50 scale > > sheet) and bunch the text closer, to avoid overlapping. > > > > Appreciate any feedback, help, pointers or guidance > > > > Damian > > > >
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