About-Modifying-the-Data-in-Block-Attributes

About Modifying the Data in Block Attributes

About Modifying the Data in Block Attributes

You can edit the values of attributes that are attached to a block and inserted in
a drawing.

You can use any of the following methods to edit the values of attributes attached
to a block:

  • Double-click the block to display the Enhanced Attribute Editor
  • Press Ctrl and double-click the attribute to display the in-place editor

    (If you press Ctrl and double-click an attribute that includes a hyperlink, the hyperlink
    opens the web page. To edit the attribute, use one of the other methods listed.)

  • Open the Properties palette and select the block

You can also change the location of attributes in a block using grips. With multiple-line
attributes, you can also move grips to resize the width of the text.

Learning AutoCad

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