You can do this by double cllicking the callout [shortcut to edit properties], go to the "Text & Leader" tab, select the check box for "Fill text with background color". Easiest target to select callouts, is the leader lines.
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I was referring to the break lines, or the "hook" on angle and vertical dimensions. On the screen shot I attached previously, you could see the .38 directly above the dimension line. The 30° angle also had the "hook" missing.
If you put a radius or diameter dimension on a drawing, you can pick a point between the break line and the dimension text. You can then drag the point towards the leader and remove the break line. This point doesn't seem to exist on a angle or vertical dimension though. I was hoping there was another way.
Not sure how/if you can do that. I can tell you that violates every world drafting standard. :-)
I'd like to do with a dimension what Geo did with a Callout. The link below shows Creo Parametric's ability to relocate text in dimensions (It's about the only thing that's nice about Creo by the way). I'd like to accomplish this in Solid Edge, but as Dan said, it's probably not possible. There would likely be a point to pick and drag like in a callout
Not a fan -- as it is not in the world standards for a reason -- but you can accomplish this by right clicking the dimension, go to the lines and coordinates tab, and setting "break line" to 0 x Font size.