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    Question Merge multiple mtext objects?

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    Is there a way to merge multiple mtext objects into a single mtext?

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    can you explain that a bit further?

    do you mean if (for instance) somebody has added a second block of Mtext as a second line instead of editing the existing and using a carriage return?
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    In express tools, you can convert text to MText. So you could explode your MTexts first to single line text and then convert them all together back to Mtext

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    thers is no direct comman di am aware of, but i ususaly do this.
    double click the second mtext so it will open in mtext editor. there, selct the taxt with mouce & ctrl+c. than clase the editor. now click on the first mtext, open it in editor & paste & clcik ok. than delete the second metext object
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