Note containing text and numbers as tolerance

posted by Aug 27, 2013 in General Forum by PrebenR (160 points)
Hi.

I want to write 150 +0,2/ -0,1 as a text in a note.

How can I do that, so that the +/- tolerance is stacked above each other?

Thanks, Preben

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answered Aug 29, 2013 by Ronaldvandenbroek (9,690 points)
selected Aug 29, 2013 by Ronaldvandenbroek
 
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Nominal<C0.50> <C1.80>(<C0.50> <C0.71><T+UpperTolerance! +LowerTolerance> <C1.80>)

Hi. See above text line...
If you place this in a note you will get the desired result. The BOLD Italic text you need to edit to your needs.
Take special care on the ! (behind upper tollerance) it needs to be there otherwise it won't work....

 

Good luck

commented Aug 29, 2013 by PrebenR (160 points)
Hi. Thanks for your answer. It worked!
Can you please explain to me what each "code" does?
Especially the "<C0,50><C1.80>"?
Just to be sure!
commented Aug 29, 2013 by Ronaldvandenbroek (9,690 points)
Those are the heights of the individual text portions.... just change them and you should be able to see the difference.
The T and the ! are the codes to tell the correct possitions of the text (upper and lower)
commented Aug 29, 2013 by PrebenR (160 points)
Excellent! - Thank You!

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