Lesson 36 | Using Text Styles

This lesson describes how you can use text styles to control text appearance.

In a typical design environment, there can be several designers creating drawings. If each designer were to choose their own text fonts for annotation, the resulting drawings would lack a uniform appearance. Using text styles can help to create a consistent appearance across drawings by providing predefined text formats.



After completing this lesson, you will be able to:

  • Explain the purpose of text styles.
  • Create and use text styles.

Text Styles

Text styles provide an easy way for you to control the default appearance of text. ...

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