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How to import formatted paragraph text into AutoCAD?

A - answer In AutoCAD you can simply read in formatted text (even multipage docs) from Word or other word-processor.
  • One of the ways is to open MText editor and use clipboard Copy/Paste (rt-click) to transfer text e.g. from MS Word
  • Another method is to right-click in the MText editor window and choose Import text; you can select the .RTF file type and read the formatted file
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6.8.2004    14044×  

See also:
Tip 12421:Wrong units in an imported DXF file.
Tip 11311:Importing STL files directly into AutoCAD - STLin.
Tip 10903:How to import an Illustrator file (.AI) into AutoCAD (.DWG)?
Tip 10167:Keyboard shortcuts in Autodesk Fusion 360.
Tip 10109:How to set Inventor model appearance (permanently)?

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