Learn How to Remove Formatting from MTEXT in AutoCAD


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Removing formatting from MTEXT

AutoCAD's Multiline Text Editor doesn't have to be your only method of creating text. If you or someone on your project team uses Microsoft Word, you can copy and paste data from Word directly into the Editor. Now if you import content from a program like Microsoft Word, the text you bring in may have some overrides applied to the formatting. In this lesson, we are going to learn how to strip any font or color properties from pasted text. On my screen I have a drawing that represents some general notes. If I select this you can see that this is MText and it was created using a text style called Notes.

If I open the Text Style Editor we can see that the Notes Text Style is assigned to the Simplex font. So the appearance of this text represents how I want all of my general notes to look. All right, let's say that I have submitted this drawing for review and I've received some comments. I am going to jump over to Microsoft Word and we can see the suggested changes. Apparently I...

Removing formatting from MTEXT
Video duration: 3m 26s 3h 48m Intermediate

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Removing formatting from MTEXT provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD: Tips, Tricks, and Industry Secrets

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