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July 08, 2011

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Murray Clack

In AutoCAD 2011, there is no arrow, so you still have to either right-click or click the stacking button, but you can double-click on the highlighted text to bring up the stacking dialog box

Here's a trick for Subscripts and Superscripts: Let's say you want to Subscript text like you would see in the element H2O ("water"). First, enter the following text as seen: H^2O Then, highlight the ^2 characters, then click the a/b stacking button.

To get a Superscript for something like 100.0m2 , enter the text as follows: 100.0m2^ , highlight the 2^ characters, and again, click the a/b stacking button.

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