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Highlight and then cut and paste from a word processor into Mtext editor
(do not save as an ascii file as this strips the formatting) .  For the
most part the original format remains.  You need to adjust the size of
the mtext box to get the right results.  However I recommend inserting
no more than one page at a time as it can be slow to resize a large body
of text.

Vince Yu
Pickard Architects

	From:  Blake Haley [SMTP:blakeh(--nospam--at)]
	Sent:  Thursday, April 08, 1999 7:26 AM
	To:  seaint(--nospam--at)
	Subject:  Autocad14 & General Notes


	Does anyone have any idea how to bring General Notes (or any
other large
	body of text) into Autocad14 and have it retain its original
format from a
	Word or Wordperfect file.  I have tried saving an ascii text
file with both
	programs and I just get a mess when I pull the "txt" file into
the drawing
	with the mtext editor.  It seems to loose the format that I had
with the
	hard returns, tabs etc in my original document.


	Blake Haley, P.E.
	White Engineering Associates, Inc.
	Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
	405-528-4074; fax 528-4099