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    Hey everyone, first time posting here.

    I have a family set up with an electrical label family within it. When I load it into the project the Label text sizes remains the same throughout no matter what the view scale. How do I get the label to increase and decrease in size depending on the scale of the view?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr2430 View Post
    Hey everyone, first time posting here.

    I have a family set up with an electrical label family within it. When I load it into the project the Label text sizes remains the same throughout no matter what the view scale. How do I get the label to increase and decrease in size depending on the scale of the view?

    Thanks!
    Welcome to the forum Dr2340. Labels are annotative, which means by design they will stay the same size regardless of view scale. You'll need to create multiple label sizes and use the appropriate one for your view scale.
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