You can insert TXT or RTF text files into your drawing by either importing the text or dragging a file icon from Windows Explorer.
You can insert TXT or RTF text files created in word processors into your drawing by either importing the text or dragging a file icon from Windows Explorer.
Importing TXT or RTF files from other sources gives you the most flexibility. For example, you can create a text file of standard notes that you include in drawings. The imported text becomes a multiline text object, which you can edit and reformat. Text imported from a TXT file inherits the current text style. Text imported from an RTF file inherits the current text style name, but retains its original fonts and format. Imported text files are limited to 32 KB and must have a file extension of .txt or .rtf.
If you drag a text file into a drawing, text width is determined by line breaks and carriage returns in the original document. When you drag an RTF file into a drawing, the text is inserted as an OLE object.
If you use the Clipboard to paste text from another application, the text becomes an OLE object. If you use the Clipboard to paste text from another file, the text is inserted as a block reference, and it retains its original text style.