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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?
I have spent hours trying to create note schedules for my layout. I cannot get rid of the 1st note schedule I created in my elevation. I have deleted everything and started over, opened new plans, tried to copy and paste, cad detail, etc. But it just isn't working! Every new note references other notes that are deleted, turn off, etc. And there are no videos to address this. They only show you how to do 1 note schedule. Thank you!
I frequently transfer Chief files between my PC & Laptop. Consistantly when opening files after transferring, the width of text has contracted by a space and forces a 2nd text line to be created. This happens in both plan and layout files. If I then select all the text on a plan or layout and open, and then close, the text widths correct themselves and all is okay. Annoying. Any ideas or remedies? Thanks Glen