Assigning a Style to Line Text

All text in a drawing has a style associated with it that sets the font, size, angle, orientation, and other text characteristics. When you enter text, the TEXT command uses the current text style. You can assign a different, existing style by entering its name at the Style prompt.

For information about creating, modifying, and assigning styles, see “Working with Text Styles.”

To specify a style when you create line text

  1. From the Draw menu, choose Text Single Line Text.
  2. Enter s (Style).
  3. At the Style Name prompt, enter an existing style name.
  4. or
    Enter ? for a list of available styles, and then enter a style name.

  5. Continue creating text. See “To create line text.” Begin with step 2.

Command line TEXT

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