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I have a text say 21.23, 22.33, 33.

I have a text say 21.23, 22.33, 33.

I have a text say 21.23, 22.33, 33.

I have a text say 21.23, 22.33, 33.33 etc., at different locations in a dgn file. I want to create a tin file out of these text attributes in Geopak by extracting this text.
I have to raise the text by an equl amount of 0.5 ft and extract text to form a tin file. Can we change text by same amount of 0.5 ft at a time. I know we can change text eachby 0.5 ft , but can we do at a time by raising 0.5 ft.

RE: I have a text say 21.23, 22.33, 33.

It sounds to me like you're trying to do something similar to what I've had to do before.  I've written a macro for Microstation that will let you add or subtract a constant amount to each piece of numeric text it finds on the level that you specify.  For example, if you want to add 0.5 to each piece of numeric text found on level 30.  Let me know if you want a copy.  (I'm new to this forum so I don't know if you can attach to these messages or not, or what the protocol is for sharing files.  Perhaps someone can illuminate me.)

RE: I have a text say 21.23, 22.33, 33.

Thanks for the response , it worked out great

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