A multileader object typically consists of an arrowhead, a horizontal landing, a leader line or curve, and either a multiline text object or a block. Multileaders can be created arrowhead first, leader landing first, or content first. If a multileader style has been used, the multileader can be created from that specified style.
Leader to Mleader
LeaderToMleader will ‘convert’ old style Leaders and Qleaders and their text into modern Mleader objects. Simply run the routine, pick the old Leader, then pick the old text associated with that Leader. Leader to Mleader will delete the old Leader and text and place the new Mleader of your current …
Text to Multileader
9/28/2012 · To fix this, you need to adjust the Multileader style Use the command MLEADERSTYLE and then in the dialog box that appears, select the mleader style to be changed, and then select “Modify” Click on the “Content” tab in the dialog box and then in the lower left area there is a “Leader connection” area.
AutoCAD Tip: Convert MTEXT to Multileader
Recently I have had several calls asking if it was possible to convert regular MTEXT to a multileader. Well, AutoCAD doesn’t have the capabilities to do so, but I found a snazzy lisp routine years ago on the AutoCAD Tips blog that does the trick. In theire blog titled Add Leader to Text – Make Multileader they have this lips routine:
convert mtext to multileader
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