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How to set text height for stacked fractions?

A - answer When AutoCAD converts text (mtext) to a stacked fraction, text height is made smaller by the ratio set in the TSTACKSIZE system variable. You can change this value (70% by default) from 25% to 125% of a normal text height. When entering indices (upper/lower) using the stack method this value also influences relative size of an index.

The stacked fraction alignment is controlled by the TSTACKALIGN variable.

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See also:
Tip 11494:Entering decimal values using fractions in CAD applications.
Tip 8640:Text formatting codes in MText objects.
Tip 7878:How to input a real fraction in AutoCAD?
Tip 6447:Entering numbers in imperial format - feet, inches.
Tip 3108:How to re-enable a disabled Auto Stacked fractions MText dialog in LT?

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