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    How to text match in autocad 2017?? Say i have two word Apple And Orange . i want to type the command then select Apple and then click Orange, which will change to Apple.

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    Can't you just use the FIND command and its find/replace feature?

    If that's too much work then use the Match Text lisp routine that Lee Mac wrote back in 2009 which can be found here...

    http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/showth...atch-Text-LISP

    It works on Text and Mtext as well.
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    Zaber: Did you try either of the solutions I suggested?
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    Yeah. Lee Mac Code Works Perfectly .. Thanks a lot

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