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How to change the MText width for multiple texts?

A - answer If you want to unify width (frame width) for multiple MTexts or switch MTexts from no-wrap mode (width=0) to word-wrap mode (width>0), you can use two methods:
  1. Object Properties Manager - select all mtexts you want to change and in the Object properties palette (Ctrl+1) set the desired "Defined width" for all selected objects
  2. MatchProp - use the MATCHPROP command (Painter) to transfer (copy) object properties (incl. width) from one MText object to other MTexts
Set width to 0 to suppress word-wrapping.
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See also:
Tip 9814:Export text from DWG drawings to Excel.
Tip 9464:Overlapping texts in DWG - find and fix.
Tip 9425:Link/copy two or more texts in an AutoCAD drawing.
Tip 8951:Multicolor dimension texts in AutoCAD.
Tip 8837:MText justification does not hold.


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