You are currently reviewing an older revision of this page.
How can I change the size of Text in existing Drawing Titles that are placed in a drawing view model?
The text size in existing drawing title annotation placed in drawing view models is too large.
If you ever need to adjust the graphics of the annotation cell, you could easily replace all of your existing drawing title annotations or others in the files by doing the following:
1. First make the change to the actual Cell model which resides in DetailingSymbolStyles.dgnlib. 2. Copy the model that you want to modify and make the graphic changes to it. 3. Close it and then use the Detailing Symbol Styles dialog box to select the new Cell. For instance, if you changed the DrawingTitleBubble Cell, then select the new Cell name under Main Terminator Cell and Save it.
All of the Drawing Title annotation cells in the file should change to reflect the new Cell.You don't need to re-link this to the reference file and the original Text should also remain set so you don't need to edit it.One way that that this does not work is when making any type of symbology or cell modifications to the Detailing Symbol Styles dialog if you dragged your reference files into the sheet from Project Explorer. It uses the default settings from the library instead.Also, if you need to edit the size of text in the existing annotations, you can use the same procedure of opening the DrawingTitleBubble Cell model and scaling the text in it. Compress the file and close it and then return to the sheet models and change the Cell name or the Drawing Title in the Detailing Symbol Styles dialog box.