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Summary - Creating an enclosed note


Summary - Creating an enclosed note

Well, I did not get one response saying this was possible.....end of
summary 😉


Rob Devaux

Sr. Tool Designer


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Sorry thought you would get the easy answer.

Type @[ at the start of your note.

Ron Rich

Staff Mechanical Engineer

Keithley Instruments, Inc.

28775 Aurora Road

Cleveland, OH 44139

440-498-2954 PH

440-498-2890 FX

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Don't forget, you also need an @] and the end of the note.
Example below:

@[This note is located inside a box@]


You guys are incredible. Ok, one more time. He already knows how to put
the box around the text, and Bob, you do not have to put the ]@ on the
end. The front one will work just fine.


Bryant (Buddy) H. Hudson IV
CAD/PDM Administrator
Atlas Copco Drilling Solutions LLC
2100 North First St.
Garland, TX 75040
Phone: (972)-496-7328 Fax: (972)-496-7422
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I think @0 is what you want. The pic below is a created dim on a drawing
converted into an inspection dim, and the d replaced with o and followed
with the desired text.

All the ways to impact text in a note or in a dimension that I am aware

- @+ = superscript

- @- = subscript

- @# = end script change

- @o = replace the d with the letter o of the created dimension
and enter text, does not work on driving dimensions

- @[ = start boxed text

- @] = end boxed text (used to box only part of a note)

- To control the number of digits displayed in a table on a

Create relation to "name" = &dim#

On drawing use &"name"[.7] where the 7 is the num of digs to

Should here of more please share.....

Feel free to contact me with any questions

Bill Samuels

This would be true if you wanted to put a box around the entire note. If you
want to box only a portion of the note then you will need the @[ where you
want the box to start and @] where you want it to stop. I am working with

John Scranton

Sr. Designer

Ultra Electronics

UnderSea Sensor Systems, Inc.

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