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  1. I've attached a sample of some text we got in a CAD drawing from one of our clients. For whatever reason, all the standard text is showing up as vivaldi text for me. A coworker said he was able to open up the drawing and everything was showing up fine?? If you look in the contents under properties there's a slash pxqc prefix that I've never seen before. It's like Vivaldi was set up an override to the standard text style. So even if I change the text style to something else, the Vivaldi text persists. So the only way I see to change it back to something different is to open every mtext in the drawing and change the override text style to something different. That works but.... if there's some way to remove the text overrides all at once it would save me alot of time. Has anyone seen this before? Thank you! -ChriS ScrewyTextSample.dwg
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