About-Saving-Back-Edited-References

About Saving Back Edited References

About Saving Back Edited References

While editing a referenced drawing or a block definition in place, you can save back
or discard changes.

While editing a block reference in place, you either can save back or discard changes made to the reference. If you save back changes to a reference,
the drawing is regenerated.

When the changes are saved back, the block definition is redefined and all instances
of the block are regenerated to reflect the changes. If you choose to discard the
changes, the working set is deleted and the block reference returns to its original
state.

Similarly, while editing an xref in place, you can save back or discard changes. Objects
in the working set that inherit properties not originally defined in the xref retain
those new properties. For example, an xref contains layers A, B, and C, and the drawing
that references it contains layer D. If new objects are drawn on layer D during in-place
reference editing and changes are saved back to the reference, layer D is copied to
the xref drawing.

If you remove objects from the working set and save changes, the objects are removed
from the reference and added to the current drawing. Any changes you make to objects
in the current drawing (not in the xref or block) are not discarded. If you delete
any object that is not in the working set, the object is not restored even if you
choose to discard changes. You can return the drawing to its original state by using
UNDO. If you make unwanted changes to an xref and use REFCLOSE to save back the changes,
you must use UNDO to undo any changes made during the reference editing session. After
you have undone any unwanted changes, use REFCLOSE to save changes to restore the
xref file to its original state.

IMPORTANT: While editing a reference in place, if you delete an object that is not in the working
set, the object is not restored if you discard changes at the closing of the reference
editing session.

Objects in the current drawing that inherit properties defined by the xref retain
those new properties. Properties taken from the xref drawing are bound to the current
drawing. The xref layer named SITE, for example, appears in the current drawing as
$#$SITE when assigned to an object not in the working set.

If BINDTYPE is set to 0, a prefix of $#$ is added to the reference name in the current
drawing. If BINDTYPE is set to 1, reference names remain unchanged in the current
drawing, similar to names of inserted objects. (Not available in AutoCAD LT)

NOTE: When you edit and save an xref in place, the original drawing preview is no longer
available unless you open and save the referenced drawing.

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