View and modify attribute values and visibility states of blocks across multiple drawing files.
Export from Autodesk® AutoCAD® to Excel is simple than ever.
Search multiple drawings for blocks or texts, grouping and counting them based on their attributes.
Results can both be inserted as a table or exported as XLS workbook. Table tools included.
Length, Area, Volume and Unit conversion for Autodesk® AutoCAD® objects.
Quickly counts and exports information to a Table or Clipboard
This plug-in can be used with Autodesk® AutoCAD® to copy selected objects thru selected or all layouts.
SmartDraft: Inquiry Tools provide an excellent set of productivity tool to display information about your design.
Copy and increase the number text
Array will be simpler than ever.
Synchronously view and compare multiple drawing document or multiple model viewports side by side.
An application to help you get a deeper understanding about the Autodesk® AutoCAD® system variables
This app helps you save a lot of time to select objects by quickly making filter and quickly selecting similar objects based on sample entities.
3 tools in 1 app. The easiest way to get total Area and Length or Perimeter of objects. Export result to clipboard or put to text objects
Filter similar objects in either Current Space, All Layouts, Entire Drawing or Selection on Screen.
DWGsync is a .NET utility for synchronized zoom/pan of multiple DWGs.
Time-tracking for Autodesk® AutoCAD® - report time spent on editing DWG. See more information on http://www.cadstudio.cz/jobtime
Export block attributes to Excel. Import block attributes from Excel. Insert blocks from Excel.
Export block attributes from Autodesk® AutoCAD® to Excel. Import block attributes from Excel to AutoCAD. Insert blocks from Excel.
AutoField adds some efficient fields to Autodesk® AutoCAD®.
Universal tool for calculating total lengths and total areas of polylines
Tools to find and erase proxy objects from the drawing.
Are you tired of creating tables in Autodesk® AutoCAD® manually? We have a solution!! Simply copy and paste your data from Excel, OpenOffice or even Google Drive to AutoCAD, or import it from CSV file