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    Default mtext highlight.

    Is there a way to search and highlight parts of MTEXT?

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    Default Re: mtext highlight.

    In AutoCAD type in command windows “find” and in the dialog box (find and replace), check the “List results” and type in “find what” whatever you want to find and hit enter, in List results will show all the matched text, now Double-Click on any of these rows it will zooms and highlight the matched text.

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    Default Re: mtext highlight.

    is there a way to do it without the dialog boxes, i need to hard code the thing for my artificial intelligence project

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    thanks, got me thinking

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