Sometimes the in-place text editor in AutoCAD is not the best choice for editing text. Case in point, a customer uses AutoCAD on a job site and the glare makes it harder to read the text when it is inside the in-place text editor. To enable text editing on the command line change the system variable TEXTED from 2 to 1.
Use the 3DDWF command to create a 3D DWF file from AutoCAD. (EXPORT command also works). This example is in a DWFX format. Rain Barrel in 3D File viewers from Autodesk are found here.
Seems like this is the one thing I overlook time and again when working in a new drawing. When I create MTEXT in a blank drawing it never comes out with the right settings on my first attempt. To solve this issue I typed TEXTSIZE on the command line to set the default text height to 0.1. Note: This setting is stored in the drawing so it would be wise to configure your drawing template […]