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On the right column, category filter, uncheck everything except Dynamic Block.
Now it should be only 3 properties left. Check only Width. We define it by renaming the parameter to width. You can find more details in this dynamic block tutorial. In this page you will see your schedule preview.
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Nothing hard here. You can sort your data by clicking the header name.
Or you can arrange the column by dragging the header name. You can also choose several other options here. Try them, you can see the preview right away. On the next page, we can select where we want to put this schedule. You can put it in your drawing, or save it to external file excel, database, or text. If you use your own drawing, you might not yet set your table style. If you use mine, just use the standard table style. Click finish. Now place your table to your drawing.
So what about column and wall schedule? Sure, you can create them too. You should try it by yourself. Pay attention to door and column schedule. Remember we only have one door block and one column block. But in this schedule, we can see 3 door type and 3 column type!
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Yup, their size are different. Data extraction can recognize it. It will only group wall with the same length and name. If you want to do more than that, you should choose the output to external file. Edit it in excel, then import it back. You can also use data extraction to report any kind of data your drawing have. Points coordinate, line length, everything! I wrote how to report line length, coordinate, layer, and color here. Some one ask me that question to create laser cutting estimation.
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I work as an Application Engineer in Jakarta, Indonesia. I'm also a member of Autodesk Expert Elite, appreciation for individuals who give contribution to Autodesk community. Connect with me on twitter or LinkedIn. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Sure I tested linking a table to table a while which worked… so can total walls say with out going external and then importing again.
Hello Edwin, First of all appreciate you articles.
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Can I get the total of the count and also the wall length. Also I write programs with lisp.
Middle level. I do have a lot of great concepts with cad automation.
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It will be very benificial to users if you could publish posts related to it. I tried typing in every version of data extraction and data linking on AutoCAD with no luck of doing what you explain in this tutorial. The only thing i can find is an external data link which is not what you talked about in this post.
AutoCAD scales the distance between objects as well as the objects themselves. For example, if you select a circle to scale, pick a point outside the circle as the base point and then specify a scale factor of 2. AutoCAD not only makes the circle twice as big but also moves the circle twice as far away from the base point that you specified. AutoCAD scales the objects by the factor that you type, using the base point that you specified.
Negative scale factors are invalid. SCale has a Copy option with which you can make enlarged or reduced duplicates of selected objects without altering the source objects. And throughout the drawing session, both SCale and ROtate remember the last scale factor or rotation angle that was entered. Check out the brand new podcast series that makes learning easy with host Eric Martsolf.