In this video, Shaun Bryant shows how to set up and use numbered and lettered list formatting when converting to MTEXT.
- So again, we're staying in the ConvertToMTEXT.dwg file,…and what we're going to look at now,…is numbered and lettered list formatting.…Now that kind of sounds a bit strange, I know.…It all sounds very, very technical,…and as we're in an AutoCAD video,…you'd expect it to be technical anyway.…But what we're going to look at is…single-line text that has letters and numbers in a list.…So you'll notice I've got some single-line text here…that says auto-number, and it starts with number one…and then goes down two, and three, and four.…
Now, if I just double click this number one auto=number…as if I was going to edit it,…you'll notice that it's just a number one…with a period or full-stop, if you're English,…and a space and then the words auto-number.…I'll just hit escape to deselect it.…Now, what the convert to MTEXT command does…is it allows you to pick up that one dot space…and convert it to formatted numbered or lettered text.…So let's have a look and see how that works.…Let's use one and two for this particular exercise,…
- Working with the File Navigation dialog box
- Using the Quick Access Toolbar
- Updating reference paths
- Changing path types
- Finding and replacing reference files
- Renaming unloaded references
- Using linetype gap selection
- Sharing design views from AutoCAD
- Setting a PDF layer
- Using the PDFIMPORT and PDFATTACH commands
- Changing text to MTEXT
Skill Level Intermediate
1. User Interface
2. External References
3. Off-Screen Selection
Using off-screen selection2m 20s
4. Linetype Gap Selection
Using linetype gap selection2m 10s
5. Sharing Design View
6. Using PDFs In AutoCAD
7. Changing Text To MTEXT
8. Technology and Performance
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