Win32 and 64, English

Antonia Petrova
Replaces the object linked to a field preserving all the other field's settings.

General Usage Instructions

1. Click the QuickFieldEdit ribbon icon or type QField in the command line.

2. Point the field whose object is to be replaced.
The field could be a part of a text or a block attribute.
If there are several 'field' attributes in a block you can manipulate each of them separately. Try to click ON the field to be manipulated, NOT wherever on the block.
If there are several fields in a single piece of attribute/text the new selected object will be linked to the first (leftmost) field.

3. Point the new object to be linked to the field.
If the new object hasn't got the right property needed for the field (e.g. if you try to link a line to a field showing the area of an object), the field breaks (shows ####). You can use the _QField command on the broken field and linking it to a proper object will 'repair' the field (it will begin showing the property of the new object)



Ribbon/Toolbar Icon Command Command Description


Replaces the object linked to a field


The installer that ran when you downloaded this app/plug-in from Autodesk App Store will start installing the app/plug-in. OR, simply double-click the downloaded installer to install the app/plugin. You may need to restart the Autodesk product to activate the app/plug-in. To uninstall this plug-in, exit the Autodesk product if you are currently running it, simply rerun the installer, and select the "Uninstall" button. OR, click Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features (Windows 7/8.1/10/11) and uninstall as you would any other application from your system.

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Author/Company Information

Antonia Petrova

Version History

Version Number Version Description


Added 2025 support.


Initial version.
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