I have a drawing here. The problem is the text in the bottom right is all really small and hard to read. How do I make it bigger?
There are many ways. Some of us roll the mouse wheel forward and back and it gets bigger.
Another way to do it is to edit the sheet format and change the font of the annotation(s) as you desire.
RMB the sheet>Edit sheet format and select the annotation...
Another is to make a template(s) that is smaller in sheet size and scale.
There are many online tutorials for how to use solidworks at MySolidWorks - Official SOLIDWORKS Community My first suggestion should have been to try some of them out.
"Some of us roll the mouse wheel forward and back and it gets bigger."
Folks aren't to happy when I say I can see it just fine and I do that.
Zooming in with the mouse wheel won't work if I'm going to print it.
Changing the font size will only make it not fit in the boxes that are supposed to contain the text.
I want to enlarge that entire section of the title block.
Scott answered your question. Let me be redundant...
I understand. Bad Joke.
That is called a Titleblock.
To edit the sheet format you can RMB the sheet> Edit Sheet Format and edit the sketch of the Title block. Then you can resize the fonts for each annotation and location.
Or, you can find a drawing template with the appropriate page size. A lot of the SW default templates already have that set up for you...
I agree with Scott Casale. right click on sheet and hit edit sheet format and change title block or text fonts you wish to change.
then you can save it as new template.
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