Seect the point you want the leader to touch. RC and select annotations.
Then in the property manager go to where is says border. Pick a triangle
then type the text that will go inside of it.
Also you will see in the property manager where you can align the text on the
leader extention. Hope this helps.
It worked just as I wanted. You may as well help me figure out the same issue while using revision triangles on notes. See attached.
No problem. Glad it worked for you.
There are a few different ways to do this. Depending on who you talk to you could get a few
different responses. The way I would do it is create you note with everything lining up (note #'s and text note)
Then edit the notes and just high light the note number you want the triangle around and select
border in the property manager and pick the triangle. This will just put the triangle around the
highlighted area. Hope this works for you.
Also, it is a good idea to mark the posting you think answers your question as the correct
answer. This way if someone else has a similar issue they will know what the correct answer is.
This one didn't turn out well. The rev triangle comes up to be bigger than the preceeding & succedding numbers in the note making it still mis-aligned.
Then another thing I have done is create a block (sketched triangle) and place the
text in the middle. Make this block an attribute then you can change the number
in the block on the fly without exploding it. Then incorporate that into your set of notes.