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SUMMARY: Edit Text Style

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SUMMARY: Edit Text Style

This is taken from the resolution on PTC TPI 110985:

To illustrate the resolution an example will be used. Assume the
following note appears on the drawing.

This drawing belongs to PTC.
Any unauthorized use is prohibited.

Now it is desired to modify the font of the word "PTC", and the text
height of the second line.

Select the note and hold down the right mouse button. Select
#Properties, then from the Text tab of the Enter Text dialog box modify
the text from:

{0:This drawing belongs to PTC.}
{1:Any unauthorized use is prohibited.}

to:

{0:This drawing belongs to }{1Smiley TongueTC.}
{2:Any unauthorized use is prohibited.}

Select #Ok to accept the changes and close the dialog box. Next select
#Format #Text Style and select the portion of text to modify (query
select may be helpful). After selecting #Done Sel the Text Style dialog
box opens, where many different modifications can be made including the
text font and text height.


However, in my case it did not work. Every time I tried to format
separate lines, when I hit OK, the {#: } would disappear from the second
line. I guess I will need to reformat the entire note. The original note
goes back a number of years, possibly V18.


Ben Loosli
Sr IS Technologist
L-3 Communications
Integrated Systems
Waco, TX 76715

254-867-4069 Office
254-714-4189 Pager

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1 REPLY 1

RE: SUMMARY: Edit Text Style


This does not work for text justification.
I just entered a new note and the justification is applied to the whole
note, not per line.

Time to enter on enhancement request.


Ben Loosli
Sr IS Technologist
L-3 Communications
Integrated Systems
Waco, TX 76715

254-867-4069 Office
254-714-4189 Pager

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