About-Text-Styles

About Text Styles

About Text Styles

The current text style sets the font, size, obliquing angle, orientation, and other
text characteristics. If you want to create text using a different text style, you
can make another text style current. The table shows the settings for the STANDARD
text style.

Text Style Settings

Setting

Default

Description

Style name

STANDARD

Name with up to 255 characters

Font name

txt.shx

File associated with a font (character style)

Big Font

/Asian Set

None

Special shape definition file used for a non-ASCII character set, such as Kanji

Height

0

Character height

Width factor

1

Expansion or compression of the characters

Obliquing angle

0

Slant of the characters

Backwards

No

Backwards text

Upside down

No

Upside-down text

Vertical

No

Vertical or horizontal text

The settings for the current text style are displayed at the command prompts. You
can use or modify the current text style or create and load a new text style. Once
you’ve created a text style, you can modify its characteristics, change its name,
or delete it when you no longer need it.

Creating and Modifying Text Styles

Except for the default STANDARD text style, you must create any text style that you
want to use.

Text style names can be up to 255 characters long. They can contain letters, numbers,
and the special characters dollar sign ($), underscore (_), and hyphen (-). If you
don’t enter a text style name, the text styles are automatically named Stylen, where
n is a number that starts at 1.

Certain style settings affect multiline and single-line text objects differently.
For example, changing the Upside Down and Backwards options has no effect on multiline
text objects. Changing Width Factor and Obliquing options has no effect on single-line
text.

If you rename an existing text style, any text using the old name assumes the new
text style name.

Changing Text Style

When you change the text style of a multiline text object, the updated settings are
applied to the entire object, and some formatting of individual characters might not
be retained. The following table describes the effects of text style change on character
formatting.

Formatting

Retained?

Bold

No

Color

Yes

Font

No

Height

No

Italic

No

Stacking

Yes

Underlining

Yes

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