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    Default Stacking Fractions in Attributes

    Is it possible to get stacked fractions in attributes. We have a column callout block which prompts for calumn size. It will not stack a fraction if entered.

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    Default Re: Stacking Fractions in Attributes

    Most likely no. The attribute is an older style entity that has not been improved to handle stacked fractions.
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    Default Re: Stacking Fractions in Attributes

    Hi

    Via the Autodesk Discussion Groups...

    need a STACKED fraction as an attribute value

    Stacked fractions in a text attribute

    Have a good one, Mike

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