Show Schedule Callout


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How can I globally turn off the Show Schedule Callout? As I insert Library objects I can open the object and turn if off, but if my object is a block I need to explode the block and then select the object with the call out on. 

Thank you,





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24 minutes ago, rgardner said:

So are you looking for a way to do it other than with the Defaults, or turning the layer off?  What is your end desired results?

Well, now that you said layer, I may find that it is as easy as turning a layer off. The symbols just started to show up when I started to use X14

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