JTB BatchAttEdit Trial

JTB BatchAttEdit Trial

JTB World Inc.

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Description

This batch attribute editor app for Autodesk® AutoCAD® collects attributes in all blocks of specified name patterns in multiple drawings and display in a wide spreadsheet. Then you can edit attribute texts as easy as working with Excel. Once done, click "Apply Attribute Changes" to update values to drawings.

 

This makes it a great app to for example edit title block attributes across many drawings instead of having to do it one drawing at a time.

 

Export to Excel and import to Excel makes it possible to make changes using Excel an option.

 

This app works on Autodesk® AutoCAD® 2013 and 2014 in addition to newer versions of AutoCAD.

 

For more about this app see our JTB BatchAttEdit page

 

To purchase this product, visit JTB BatchAttEditUninstall the Trial version before installing the Paid version.

Trial Description

The Trial License will expire 15 days after the first installation. In Trial Mode, you can work with up to 10 drawings only. Support is available during the trial as well as after purchase.

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About This Version

Version 2.3.0, 6/26/2018
Added quick scan option to speed up the process in case a drawing has thousand blocks. Zoom to block: including thaw its layer if layer is frozen, (with a message at command prompt) Fixed the Open File Dialogto include lnk source files Fixed issue in a case the [Zoom To] and [Select Block On Screen] buttons are disabled while they should be enabled. Fixed bug since version 2.1: can't clear attribute value. Other minor issues fixed.

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  • Awesome
    David Weisz | December 14, 2017 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Hi! it's awesome. However it's too bad we can't see difference between Sheetset attributs and standard attributs. Thanks a lots for your usefull tools. DWE


    Jimmy Bergmark (Publisher) | December 18, 2017

    Thanks! I consider adding support to highlight fields in attributes. An attribute can consist of both manual text and field based text.


    Jimmy Bergmark (Publisher) | April 10, 2018

    David, We have added support for fields now.

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