My current workaround is to make a second note with no text and try to line them up.
You should be able to Ctrl click and drag the arrow to create another arrow for the note.
Edit for clarity:
Click the note and you will notice a dot at the end of the arrow. Ctrl click and drag that.
CTRL-Click the arrow tip and drag:
Damn it Jim I'm a mechanical designer not an artist! that was much better than mine haha
Just found this tool this week. Works great.
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drag the point on the red x. you can also do it with dimensions of the same amount.
This is another handy tip for Betty Baker. Another one that I was unaware of.
If you are wanting a second leader when creating the note simply hold the control while placing the note leader and you can create as many leaders as you desire.
An additional method if the note already exists is to select the note leader and right click. You will see the option "Insert New Branch" select that and you can place a new leader. The new leader originates from where you click on the leader but that point can be dragged to where you want it.
But Control drag is quicker.
You can also Ctrl+select multiple edges, vertices, etc in a Drawing view, then select the Note function while they're still selected. The Note will be inserted with a leader going to each selected entity.
Glenn Schroeder wrote: You can also Ctrl+select multiple edges, vertices, etc in a Drawing view, then select the Note function while they're still selected. The Note will be inserted with a leader going to each selected entity.
Glenn Schroeder wrote:
WHAT!!?!?!?!?! You can?
Holy carp! I have been doing it the old fashioned way (creating the note, then CTRL dragging the leader). I did not know that you could do this!
Thank you Glenn!
So MANY options.
You're welcome. I learned it by accident (Insert note with two leaders ).
so much awesome!
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