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    Default What is the essential difference between the multiple line and single line ?

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    except for the quantity of the line . the case is I was taught to make a title block tempelate. For each single item, like text"STUDENTS NAME " or "PART NMAE" , and inluding the attributes, I was instructed to use single line text instead of mutliple line. I was told that single line won't change. What does it mean it won't change?
    I feel that single line is more precisely controlled ,while the multiple line text is more ofen used in puting the notes in a drawing. But in what case use what I am confuesd. Especailly when make the tible block, It seems to use the single line text is the unique way to make each feature in its status.

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    I almost always use a single line of text when creating an attribute for a title block. Use what works best for your particular situation and stop worrying about what other people do. Every company has different standards.
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    The essential difference is that TEXT is a pain in the butt.
    I greatly prefer MTEXT, with the exception perhaps of in attributes.
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