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    Default Change Font Styles of Multiple Mtext's

    My question: How do I change the font styles of multiple mtext's.

    My solution: Select all the boxes, type mo for properties, then change the style in the properties window. To make this simpler in the future I put all the text boxes in their own layer so I can use qselect to select them all quickly.
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    Lots of ways this might be done, and it seems you already solved your issue, congratulations.
    FYI Lee Mac has a number of great lisps on his site dealing with text, as well as all manner of other things.

    This one might interest you http://www.lee-mac.com/matchtextprops.html
    Thanks Lee
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    Quote Originally Posted by bachrock View Post
    Please delete thread.
    why don't you want to share your problem and solution? Leaving the question here and adding your solution could help others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbroada View Post
    why don't you want to share your problem and solution? Leaving the question here and adding your solution could help others.
    Good point. Fixed.

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