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You have the Fill set to Solid and the color set to black.

 

Choose the note and set the fill in the Attributes Palette to None.

 

I am assuming that your "Framing Notes" is a separate text block you have manually entered. Otherwise if my assumption is correct it should have a black fill also.

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While I don't use that tool, it maybe taking a cue from the VW preference/Display/"Create text without fill" setting and incorporating embedded text with a background fill.

Change the background setting temporarily from None to Solid and confirm/change the colour to be white before changing the background setting back to None or ByClass.

 

Another technique with basic text blocks is to select all the text within the particular text block and then change the background to none. Text blocks support mixed point sizes and some other characteristics that would not be apparent when checking the text block's information.

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