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How to place text in a rendered AutoCAD drawing?

A - answer Add a small thickness to your text (SHX) - it will be rendered. Or render to a raster file, insert it as a picture and add normal text.

AutoCAD 2004 (and higher) can print rendered viewports directly so you can easily add text in paperspace.

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applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD Architecture · MDT ·

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