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I am having trouble getting text in a file of mine to read as a path.  I am not sure what version of FlowPath the metal fabrication warehouse is using but I have posted my file with this thread.  If anyone has any idea please let respond.  I will repost soon with the exact software version soon.  Thanks!

P.S.  If you open the file you will notice that text is a different type of entity then the lines.  Is there a command in CAD to convert the text into lines?  I edited outlined text in Adobe Illustrator and exported it as a dxf. so yeah, hopefully someone can help. :)



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ITS BECAUSE YOU TEXT IS A BLOCK REFERENCE - NOT POLYLINES


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