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Reordering Attributes

Reordering Attributes

Reordering Attributes

(OP)
Greetings All,

I have a titleblock in many (like 100's) of our drawings where the attributes have been set up in the wrong order.  I used BATTMAN to reorder them and wblock it then attempted to update the blocks in the other drawings but the changes aren't being taken.  I've tried to insert with block= and, not surprised, that didn't work.  Then I tried updating the block through Design Center (right-click, redefine only) and that didn't take it either.  Am I missing a step?

I really would like to find a way to redefine all the blocks without having to use BATMAN on each one of them.

Thanks,

Keith
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RE: Reordering Attributes

A guess-
Use the command "atsync" after inserting the re-defined block.

RE: Reordering Attributes

(OP)
That's the trick I needed, have a star!

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