About-Stacked-Characters-Within-Multiline-Text

About Stacked Characters Within Multiline Text

About Stacked Characters Within Multiline Text

Characters representing fractions and tolerances can be formatted to conform to several
standards.

Stacked text refers to the fraction and tolerance formats applied to characters within
multiline text object and multileaders.

You use special characters to indicate how selected text should be stacked.

  • Slash (/) stacks text vertically, separated by a horizontal line.
  • Pound sign (#) stacks text diagonally, separated by a diagonal line.
  • Carat (^) creates a tolerance stack, which is stacked vertically and not separated
    by a line.

Stack Numeric and Tolerance Characters Automatically

By default, numeric characters entered before and after a slash, pound sign, or carat
will stack automatically. For example, if you enter 1#3 followed by a nonnumeric character or space, the result is 1/3.

The automatic stacking feature applies only to numeric characters immediately before
and after the slash, pound sign, and carat. For tolerance stacking, the +, -, and
decimal character also stack automatically.

To change Stack Properties, right-click stacked text and choose Stack Properties.

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