I found today’s tip in the July edition of the excellent Michael’s Corner series—I’d never seen this particular option before, and I just love learning new things!
Let’s say you’ve got a stacked fraction in AutoCAD LT 2012:
But you want to modify it. So you highlight it—an obvious first step.
From here, the most obvious second step is to right-click and select “Stack Properties” from the shortcut menu.
But, as Michael discovered, if you left-click on the highlighted fraction, a small arrow appears at the bottom.
Click on that, and you see “Unstack” and “Stack Properties” right there.
From here, you can modify the stack properties or even access the AutoStack feature to control how future fractions are stacked.
Double-clicking on the fraction also brings up the Stack Properties dialog, and works in earlier versions of AutoCAD LT too.