JTB Sheet Set Renumber TrialWin32 and 64, English
General Usage Instructions
There are 2 commands you can run from the command line or from the ribbon button on Add-ins (or Plug-ins) tab
Firstly, it is the command SheetSetRenumberSetup. It will ask you for the sheet set's custom property name to assign the total number. Then, it will ask you for the sheet's custom property name to assign the sheet number. If you want to use the sheet's number field directly, enter "Number" or "Sheet Number". Other available common properties are also ok, like "Title", "Description", "Category", "Purpose", and "Revision", but they are unlikely to be used in this case.
Next, run the command SheetSetRenumber. If your drawing is already associated with a sheet set dst file, the dst file is selected straightforwardly. Otherwise, the app will ask you to browse a dst file.
After a click, the total number and sheet numbers are all updated.
Finally, you can extend the Autodesk® AutoCAD® command line text window to see the log report. What the total number is; which custom property is found, and gets updated; which custom property is not found, etc. All are in the log report texts.
If a property is not found, you have to go back to the first step with SheetSetRenumberSetup to enter the correct sheet set and/or sheet custom property name.
If everything is ok, the SheetSetRenumberSetup command will remember your preferences. You don't have to run it again.
See the documentation on our website.
On AutoCAD's command line enter the command JTBW_ACTIVATE_APPS to show the license activation dialog box. Take note of the computer number and email to JTB World. Normally you will receive the Activation Key within 24 hours. When received run JTBW_ACTIVATE_APPS and enter the Activation Key in the box and press OK.
Specify sheet set's property name to assign the total number, and sheet's property name to assign sheet number.
Renumber sheets in sheet set then assign total number.
The installer that ran when you downloaded this app from Autodesk App Store will start installing the app. Or, double-click the downloaded installer to install the app. You may need to restart the Autodesk product to be able to run the app.
To uninstall this app, exit the Autodesk product if you are currently running it.
On Windows 11 and 10 version 1703 or later press Windows+I on the keyboard to access Settings or click or right-click the Windows Start button and then select Settings. Click on Apps (optionally followed by Apps & Features). On older Windows versions click Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features or Control Panel > Add.
For further information and documentation visit JTB World's JTB Sheet Set Renumber page.
|Added AutoCAD 2024 support.
|Added AutoCAD 2023 support.
|Minor change in the default custom property names.