Subject: Setting the current multileader style

When you create a multileader, it is automatically assigned the multileader style that is set to current. By default, the program uses the Standard multileader style, which stores the default multileader settings. Or you can choose a different multileader style to be the current one.

If you choose a different multileader style as current, that style is assigned to multi­leaders that you create in the future, not existing multileaders.

To set a multileader style as current

   1   Do one of the following to choose Multileader Styles Manager ():  

   On the ribbon, choose Home > Multileader Styles Manager (in Annotation) or Annotate > Multileader Styles Manager (in Leaders).

   On the menu, choose Format > Multileader Styles Manager.

   On the Multileader or Styles toolbar, click the Multileader Styles Manager tool. Or on the Format toolbar, click the Multileader tool.

   Type mleaderstyle and then press Enter.    

   2   In the Multileader Styles Manager dialog box, select a multileader style from the list.

   3   Click Set Current.

   4   Click Close.

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