\H2.5x preceding mtext in AutoCAD

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mtext \H2.5x
The mtext I am using for drawing name, & number, shows{H2.5x preceding the actual text. Not sure how this happened as I took over for someone else and have been using the template he set up. I can correct it by using mtext edit toolbar, clicking on "Standard" style button, clicking on "stardard" when it pulls down, then using properties text height (or select all from edit toolbar) to set correct height.
ie: {H2.5xDRAWING NAME} with a text ht of .08, will yield an actual ht of .2 which is what I want. As I have several thousand, (several hundred), dwgs in this project, I'd like to be able to change this through a command or in a bunch, instead of doing them 1 at a time.


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AutoCAD LT, 2014

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  • Ben Rubenstein
    Welcome to ITKE, hughy. Can you give some detail about your question? Then someone in the community can help with answering it. 
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    The mtext I am using for drawing name, & number, shows{\H2.5x preceding the actual text. Not sure how this happened as I took over for someone else and have been using the template he set up. I can correct it by using mtext edit toolbar, clicking on "Standard" style button, clicking on "stardard" when it pulls down, then using properties text height (or select all from edit toolbar) to set correct height.
    ie: {\H2.5xDRAWING NAME} with a text ht of .08, will yield an actual ht of .2 which is what I want. As I have several thousand, (several hundred), dwgs in this project, I'd like to be able to change this through a command or in a bunch, instead of doing them 1 at a time.
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