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To Scale Multiline Text Objects Without Changing Their Locations

To Scale Multiline Text Objects Without Changing Their Locations

  1. Click Annotate tabText panelScale. Find
  2. Select one or more multiline text objects and press ENTER.
  3. Specify one of the justification options or press ENTER to accept the existing text
    justifications.
  4. Enter s and enter the scale factor to be applied to each mtxt object.

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sp>To Scale Multiline Text Objects Without Changing Their Locations. Select one or more multiline text objects and press ENTER. Specify one of the justification options or press ENTER to accept the existing text justifications.Scale. Select one or more multiline text objects and press ENTER. Select the base point and press ENTER. Enter the scale …text object to the new location. Scale. Select a grip, right-click and select Scale. Drag the mouse to define the scale or enter a scale. Rotate. Select the grip you want to use as the rotation origin, right-click and select Rotate.To Scale Multiline Text Objects Without Changing Their Locations · To Modify …text objects without changing their locations. … Select objects Specifies the text you want to scale. … The base point options for single line text are similar to those for multiline text except that the Align, Fit, and Left …To Scale Multiline Text Objects Without Changing Their Locations · To Work With …To Scale Multiline Text Objects Without Changing Their Locations …To Scale Multiline Text Objects Without Changing Their Locations …To Scale Multiline Text Objects Without Changing Their Locations …