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How multiple Text move to endpoint in AutoCAD?

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uk09 View Drop Down

Joined: 30.Jul.2021
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    Posted: 30.Jul.2021 at 08:20
Hi All 

I'm new to AutoCAD using 2018v, 
I having 800 text with different location and rectangular box ,i want to move all text to that rectangular box of end like as below image.
manually doing for 800 text its take e more time, any single  short option or any other alternative methide, Please guide me, 
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If you just need a box around your text and the text type is MText in AutoCAD, you can simply select all the text in one go and press CTRL+1 (shortcut to open Properties window). Once properties window is open, scroll to the Option called "Text Frame" and select "Yes" against it. AutoCAD will automatically draw a frame around all your Mtext. I have enclosed a screenshot for you below.

But if your Text is not MText or You don't just need a rectangle around your text, instead, you need a specific text to be in a specific rectangle in your drawing at a very specific location of each rectangle, Please contact me at below platform to develop a small application for you.

Shakir Iqbal
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