I will spare you another day of Puppy pictures...(just one day)...and just offer up a Hip Tip for the weekend...
An AutoCAD Hip Tip for Changing the Extrusion Thickness of MTEXT:
We can change the 3D thickness of regular single-line text - but not MTEXT - right? With so much 3D happening in AutoCAD it would be equally nice if we had that option for MTEXT as well. Enter the Express Tool TXTEXP. This tool explodes your text to indivual line and arc objects - which in turn allows you to change the extrusion thickness (use Properties or the CHPROP command). TXTEXP can be found in the Express menu under Text=>Explode Text. There are other goals you could meet with this command (for example, have you ever wanted to change the linetype of text?)...but I think changing the extrusion thickness will be the most popular.
So there you have it! Have a fabulous weekend and we'll chat again next week...(and no doubt a puppy picture or two...the penance you must pay for Hip Tips during my sabbatical).