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How to extrude text to 3D?

A - answer If you want to make solid 3D objects from your texts (both SHX and TTF, both DText and MText), first explode the text to individual lines with the TXTEXP command (Express Tools) and then EXTRUDE the geometry to 3D.

You should set plan view before using TXTEXP.


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See also:
Tip 7297:How to project geometry to any 3D surface.
Tip 6804:How to explode linetypes (to dashes)?
Tip 1901:How to convert AutoCAD text entities to lines and arcs?

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