Open the view title type for editing, using one of the following methods:
Open a project that contains sheets that use the view title type (or a project into which you have loaded the view title type). In the Project Browser, expand FamiliesAnnotation Symbols. Right-click the name of the view title type to modify, and click Edit.
Click Open (Family). Navigate to the location of the view title type (RFA) file. Select the file, and click Open.
The Family Editor opens, displaying the view title type in the drawing area.
Modify the view title type as desired.
To rotate text or a label in a view title, select the text or label, and drag the rotation controls.
To change text in the view title, double-click the text, and edit it.
To change the type of text used to display a label, select the label in the drawing area. On the Properties palette, select another label type from the Type Selector. Or, to edit text parameters for the current label type, click Edit Type.
To save the view title type, on the Quick Access toolbar, click (Save).
OKArcurrieThu Feb 28, 2013 8:47 pmI don't seem to be able to add a YES/NO visibility parameter to the Scale Label when creating View Title Types. Please advise if this is expected. If so I will have to create a duplicate View Title Family. Thanks.
loboarchFri Mar 1, 2013 8:12 amYou can add a visibility parameter to the scale label, but if you make it an instance based parameter you will not be able to control it once it gets to the project. You will need to make it a type parameter. Then you cna have 2 types one with the scale on and one with the scale off. You will also still need to create 2 view port types which call the 2 different view title annotation types.
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