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Architectural Door & Window Tag

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    Posted: 05.Sep.2017 at 21:03
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Does anyone have a dynamic block of an architectural door & window tag? Right now I use a simple "bubble" with text placed within the bubble. Every time I need to edit the door or window number, I need to lengthen the symbol depending on the window or door number. Is there a simple block with an editable attribute? Also, is there anyway to keep the window & door tag the same size, regardless of the plotted scale? Any help would be great.
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