Edit Attribute References and Definitions in AutoCAD 2013


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Editing existing attribute references and definitions

In this lesson, you'll learn how to change existing attribute values and how to alter attribute definitions, without exploding their blocks. Open the Office 6 project file. Suppose we want to change the employee who works in Room 104 and we want to update their last name in this room tag. You can do that by going up here, to the Edit Attribute command in the block panel, which is on the Insert tab of the ribbon. This launches the command eatedit, which stands for Enhanced Attribute Editor.

Click anywhere on the room tag block to open this dialog box. It shows you both of the tags which are part of this particular block. Click on Lname, and you'll see its value appear down here. Highlight that and just type in the new employee name, which is Montgomery. (audio playing) Type it all in capital letters like all the other employee last names and click OK. (audio playing) Now we've successfully changed the value but this particular last name is too long to fit withi...

Editing existing attribute references and definitions
Video duration: 5m 15s 1h 19m Intermediate

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Editing existing attribute references and definitions provides you with in-depth training on video2brain. Taught by Scott Onstott as part of the Data Management with AutoCAD 2013

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