I’m running SU on a Mac OS X, so the menu for these might be a little different than what I’m seeing.
Well, you’re using Leader Text for this… which I won’t exactly say is wrong… but it scales and moves around in a manner where its unreliable for text labels that might need to be fixed in both size, and position… and it would be for those reasons that I’d argue against it.
However, just dealing with the problem at hand, and turning down the mic in the peanut gallery… you can get this to work.
At the very least reversing the faces for the floor plan geometry might be all you need to do.
But there are additional settings within the model info windows that cover text options, and choosing a different font or text size for the leader text might make a difference for your printouts too.
I did both of these steps and got the following (when saving to pdf)… Positioning is obviously poor, but it could have been improved upon—I just didn’t spend any time fixing that, so…
Ideally all of this can be done through SU’s companion program Layout. That would be the best means possible for generating printed documents from SketchUp files.
Not sure if you’re just looking to save time, or maybe not interesting in using Layout… but I’d advocate for it at least a little bit… In using it you’ll be getting more value from the money spent on SU Pro. and I think you’ll generally find the results much better.