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I've used AutoCAD since 1985 and CA for the last decade. But I've always been stuck on this one thing.
I understand that I can change the default txt sizes in the default settings. and I can modify the annotations that delineate font characteristics. But when I have an EXISTING line label (in this case a Terrain perimeter indicating the property line) how do I change the label text heights without redrawing the line?
Anyone know how to change label text size? I am working on a large building and the layout scaling is 1/32". The labels are too small and cant be read. I cant find options for text size all the label panel, all it has that box that says use default, that I can check and uncheck. But don't know where to edit this default size or the individual label text size.
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Looks like a great community, pretty new to Sketchup - went through my first permit process, design, and construction with our garage (large building on the left).
We are now attempting to add a large area on the back (the white section). I could use help and suggestions for how to roof over this area. We would love to have 10' ceilings like our new garage. Here are my goals:
Raise the middle section of the house to 10' ceilings (like the garage) - indicated by the blue arrow. Cover the new section, also with 10' ceilings - somehow keeping a similar pitch, etc. Keep the the remaining part of the house intact, unchanged (the left area in RoofPicHelp1.jpg).
Thanks for any suggestions you might have!
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