In AutoCAD, you can reverse the order of text objects using a simple command. Reversing text can be helpful when you want to mirror or flip the text to align it with other elements in your drawing. This tutorial will guide you through the steps to reverse text in AutoCAD.
Step 1: Select the Text
To reverse a text object, first, select the text you want to reverse. You can use the selection tool or any other method you prefer.
Step 2: Open the Properties Palette
Once you have selected the text, locate and open the Properties Palette. The Properties Palette displays detailed information about selected objects and allows you to modify their properties.
Step 3: Find the Rotation Property
In the Properties Palette, scroll down until you find the Rotation property. This property determines the rotation angle of selected objects, including text.
Step 4: Change the Rotation Angle
To reverse the text horizontally, change the rotation angle to 180 degrees. You can either type “180” in the Rotation field manually or use a slider if available.
Step 5: Apply Changes
After setting the rotation angle to 180 degrees, your selected text will be reversed. If needed, you can further adjust its position or alignment using standard AutoCAD tools.
- If you want to vertically flip or mirror your text instead of horizontally reversing it, set the rotation angle to -90 degrees.
- The exact steps may vary slightly depending on your version of AutoCAD and interface configuration. However, the basic concept remains the same.
- Remember to save your work periodically to avoid losing any changes you make.
By following these steps, you can easily reverse text in AutoCAD. This technique allows you to quickly align and modify text objects to suit your design requirements. Experiment with different rotation angles and explore the possibilities of manipulating text in your drawings.