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Editing selected columns in table?


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I have a TABLE created in AutoCAD 2007 that contains two very long columns of information. The text in both columns is presently LEFT justified. I would like to select ALL the information in the first column ONLY and change all the text to CENTER top justification. Is there a way to do this.
Thanks in advance.
After holding down the "SHIFT" key to select all the text in the column, You SHOULD NOT press the "Enter" key to indicate that you've finished selecting. If you don't press "Enter", you'll see the justification options in the Properties Dialog box which you can then change. If you do press the "Enter" key when you finished selecting, the justification options are no longer available to you for editing.

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