AutoCAD 2012: AutoCAD Do you need to modify many attributes in your AutoCAD drawing? If you wish you can edit them in Microsoft Excel, you can read how to do it here. Coordinates with Table Lisp help you while creating setting out drawing, It will create a coordinate table according to the coordinate points placed in the drawing. Welcome to Lee Mac Programming. Custom Programming Services. Want to harness the power of custom programming to save your company countless hours of repetitive work?
AutoCAD Electrical uses table styles in cross-referencing (table format), terminal strip editor, and reports. Table styles control the text style, size, and alignment. When you apply this Service Pack while running AutoCAD or AutoCAD LT, do not click the 'Automatically close applications and attempt to restart them after setup is. Hi Donnie, I have around 10 excel links from excel sheets to autocad tables, for about 100 drawings. As in, I have just as many excel SHEETS as Autocad DRAWINGS, all. Changing Hundreds of AutoCAD If you insert titleblock text for your drawings, you know that keeping that text updated and accurate can be a chore. Also, many people place drawing numbers and.
Auto. CAD 2. 01. 3 and Auto. CAD LT 2. 01. 3 Service Pack 2 Readme. Auto. CAD 2. 01. 3 and Auto. CAD LT 2. 01. 3. Service Pack 2 Readme.
Thank you for downloading Auto. CAD. It is strongly. Service Pack to your product. For reference. you should save this document to your hard drive or print a copy. Contents. You can apply this Service Pack to the following Autodesk products running on all. Be sure to install the correct Service Pack for your software. Product. Service Pack.
Real Situations Buy Download. Multi-Batch Standard Routines. As well as the five wizards there are over 50 routines written for Multi-Batch. Using Autocad 2012 for mac and would like extract areas to excel but can't get to the data extraction wizard. Any help would be appreciated.
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Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite 2. Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2. Autodesk Product Design Suite 2.
Return to Top When you apply this Service Pack while running Auto. CAD or Auto. CAD LT, do not click the . Instead, close Auto. CAD or Auto. CAD LT manually, and click the . It is recommended that you reboot your system after installing the Service Pack.
Return to Top. The following operating systems are officially supported for 3. Auto. CAD 2. 01. 3 with Service.
Pack 2. Windows 8 Standard edition. Windows 8 Enterprise edition. Windows 8 Professional edition. Return to Top. Problems Reported with the Customer Error Reporting Utility As a result of detailed information from customers who used the Customer Error Reporting Utility, a number of problems were identified and fixed. Updates have been made in the following commands and features. D Navigation Tools. Service Pack 1 Unexpected exit while panning.
Occasional crash related to navigating in 3. D drawing. Service Pack 2 Occasional crash related to navigation tools. D Modeling. Service Pack 1. Occasional crash while selecting a face during a Presspull operation. Crash when opening multiple 3. D drawings containing a large number of 3. D objects. Autodesk 3.
Service Pack 1 Crash in Japanese Auto. CAD when logging into Autodesk 3. Options dialog box. Occasional crash when opening a drawing that contains xrefs, when logged in to Autodesk 3. Service Pack 2 Crash with long file path in the Autodesk 3.
Occasional crash when opening Auto. CAD with the Info. Center off. Block. Service Pack 2 Occasional crash when clicking a block table grip with only one row of values. Command Line. Service Pack 2 Crash when switching Input Method Editor (IME) after canceling a command when DYNMODE is set to 0. CUI (Customize User Interface)Service Pack 1 Occasional crash while loading a custom CUI file. Unhandled exception occurs while clicking the Customize button from Quick Properties palette on a computer running .
NET 4. 5. Design Center. Service Pack 1 Occasional crash while working with Design. Center. DGN Support.
Service Pack 1 Fatal error when attaching or importing certain DGN files. Service Pack 2 Fatal error when scrolling the DGN linetype in the Properties Palette. Dimensions. Service Pack 1 Crash after undoing the creation of a non- associative continued or non- associative baseline dimension. Service Pack 2 Occasional crash when grip- editing annotative dimensions. Express Tools. Service Pack 1 Occasional crash during a MOCORO (Move/Copy/Rotate) command. External Reference (XREF)Service Pack 2 An OLE Object in an xref was not correctly set before the xref was detached.
This. crash issue has been resolved by opening the xref before erasing it. Hatch. Service Pack 1 Occasional crash while zooming when HATCHEDIT is active. Info. Center. Service Pack 1 Crash when clicking any option from the Stay Connected button in the title bar when no drawings are open. Inquiry. Service Pack 1 Crash while calculating the area of a polyline that contains at least one segment that has been reduced to zero length.
MLEADERService Pack 2 Occasional crash when using MATCHPROP with multileaders. OLEService Pack 2 Occasional crash when closing the application with a drawing. OLE object. OPTIONSService Pack 2 Occasional crash when changing or switching profiles in Options. Plot. Service Pack 1 Occasional crash while plotting to PDF. Crash while plotting to a PDF file and the PDF driver is not present.
Service Pack 2 Occasional crash when plotting with a wipeout in the drawing. PDF Underlay. Service Pack 2 Crash when specifying other PDF file from Saved Path field in External Reference. Point Cloud. Service Pack 1 Crash if the PCG file used to create a point cloud object does not exist. Startup. Service Pack 1 Crash due to corrupt graphics cache files on startup. Crash occurs while canceling a LISP routine that runs at program startup.
General. Service Pack 1 Crash on undo/redo after adding 2. Crash on viewing thumbnail in Auto. CAD 2. 01. 2 when installed side- by- side with Auto. CAD 2. 01. 3. Occasional crash when exploding splines created by third- party applications. Crash when Auto. CAD exits on computers running .
NET 4. 5. Service Pack 2 Occasional crash when opening Auto. CAD drawings in Windows 8. Occasional crash due to using Intersection object snaps on lightweight. Some corrupt drawings crash when opened. Exiting the Text Editor while previewing text style causes a crash. Return to Top General Service Pack Updates. The following defects have been fixed: 3.
D Navigation Tools Service Pack 1 The Keep Scene Upright option in the 3. DConnexion Settings dialog box cannot be changed. Service Pack 2 Zoom speed varies with 3. Dconnexion device in perspective view. D Modeling. Service Pack 1 Issue with the centroid computation for 3. D solids. Service Pack 2 Issue with the MASSPROP command with sliced 3. D solids. Action Recorder.
Service Pack 1 Action macros recorded in previous releases are not working correctly in Auto. CAD 2. 01. 3. Autodesk 3. Service Pack 1 Pressing F1 does not display Help for the ONLINESYNCSETTINGS dialog box.
User is not automatically logged in when launching Autodesk 3. Auto. CAD ribbon. Block. Service Pack 2 Issue with the display of the Block Property Table. CUI (Customize User Interface)Service Pack 2 Missing checkboxes in the Customize User Interface (CUI) dialog box when NET 4. Customization Sync Service Pack 1 Customization Sync progress animation runs continuously. Customization Sync does not sync new custom commands in tool palettes. DGN Support. Service Pack 1 Export to DGN does not use the Global Origin specified in the seed file.
The DGNIMPORTUNITCONVERSION system variable is missing in Auto. CAD LT. Service Pack 2 Issues with exporting files to DGN, even after exploding contents of file. Import of a DGN arc as an Ellipse.
Display Drivers. Service Pack 1 Integrated chipsets are unable to return available video memory correctly. Dimensions created using the Perpendicular object snap will shift when the drawing geometry is moved, copied, or otherwise modified. Service Pack 2 Radial dimensions for regions can become associated to wrong arc. Dimension text background fill cannot be reset in Properties.
Jogged radial dimensions in paper space may reflect the wrong value of an extruded. External Reference (XREF)Service Pack 1 External reference drawings (XREFs) show as unresolved in Auto. CAD 2. 01. 3. Hatch. Service Pack 1 The Hatch Preview option is not available from the context menu when creating a hatch. Image. Service Pack 2 A MONOCHROME BITMAP attached in DWG file is not shown correctly. INQUIRYService Pack 2 MASSPROP reports an incorrect mass and centroid for a solid swept along a planar.
Field. Service Pack 1 An object's angular property uses linear format instead of angular format in the Field dialog box. MLeader. Service Pack 1 Multileaders incorrectly display a dot at the content block's insertion point. Service Pack 2 Ellipse is sometimes distorted during stretching. MTEXTService Pack 2 The font doesn't match the setting in - STYLE command in Windows 8. PDF Export. Service Pack 1 Plotting to a PDF file with a plot style causes wipeouts to appear black. Performance. Service Pack 1 Slow performance while running a large script. Plot. Service Pack 1 Using Plot Preview turns the Command window back on.
Service Pack 2. There is a black stripe when plotting some drawings with a clipped image.
Excel and Auto. CAD – How to link Excel with Auto. CAD using VBAMany people are oblivious to the wondrous things that can be achieved with programming. If you cringe at the prospect of writing code, I’ll put this to you now – I cringe at the thought of having to do things manually. Often (and yes, I mean often), I’ll write a little 6 line bit of code that saves me hours of work.
Yes, HOURS – perhaps even days. Why people avoid learning this stuff is beyond me, because it really isn’t as hard as it looks. Today I’m going to explain how you can write code in Microsoft Excel VBA that controls Auto. CAD. Firstly, let’s get VBA open in Microsoft Excel. With Excel open, press Alt+F1. VBA IDE (integrated development environment).
If this doesn’t work, you can open this by going Tools> Macro> Visual Basic Editor. If you’re using Excel 2. You have to firstly go into Excel Options and check the box to show the Developer Tab on the ribbon interface. So we’re now in a position to write a bit of code. On the left (or perhaps on your right depending on your PC), there should be a section called the Project Explorer.
In here you should have a few things called Sheet. Sheet. 2, Sheet. 3 and one called This. Workbook. Right click in this area and select Add Module.
This will create an area for us to write our code, and if you’re feeling adventurous you can rename the module to whatever you like. Double click the module to edit it. Now let’s see if we can get Auto. CAD. These types can be simple, or can be more complex things known as objects.
This is very useful to load into our application. To do this, go to Tools> References in the VBA window, and look for an option called Auto.
CAD. This has now made available some extra types that weren’t available before. Now for some basic code! Put this code into the module, and press the run button at the top of the VBA editor. The subroutine name “Main” is unimportant – we could call this anything we like.
Ok, but we’re not going to want to open a new instance of Auto. CAD. There is one last thing we need to do with this.
If we run this code and Auto. CAD. Really, we ought to trap this exception – here’s one way this could be dealt with. Dim ACAD As Acad. Application 'Create ACAD variable of type Acad. Application. On Error Resume Next 'This tells VBA to ignore errors. Set ACAD = Get. Object(, .
We use the On Error Resume Next statement to skim over any errors that might occur when we try to link to an existing instance of Auto. CAD. It is very important that we also add the statement On Error Goto 0 after we’re done ignoring errors. At first glance you might think that it’s a good idea to skim over all errors by adding On Error Resume Next to the beginning of all our code, but this makes it much more difficult for us as developers to debug our application. Use of On Error Resume Next in excess is generally considered bad programming practice, but under controlled circumstances its use is no problem, and it helps trap our error in the example above. After our call to the Get. Object function, the ACAD variable either contains a link to our Auto. CAD. In the latter case, we are going to create a new instance using the method explained in the first example.
Now we’re getting there. Let’s actually do something useful now.
Go to Excel – Sheet. A and B with some coordinates, X being in column A, and Y being in column B.
Here is some data you can copy/paste if you like, though you may need to copy and paste the columns seperately: In Excel we can access the data in a worksheet by using Sheet. Cells(Row, Column). We can loop through Sheet. Cells and take action in Auto. CAD. Below is a quick example of how this can be achieved. The loop that is used is known as a For- Next loop, which increments the value of n in this example from 1 to 1.
Then we’re just taking the data from the cells at row n, and using the data to insert a point into Auto. CAD. If you used the data above you’ll end up with a nice smiley face drawn in points!
Obviously what we have done here only scratches the surface of the capabilities, but I’ll leave you to get creative with the that. I’m always going to be adding new content on here, and I’ll always try to explain everything the best I can. Also, I’ll always be willing to help you with any specific problems that you have, so please do sign up and get involved on my site.
Auto. CAD 2. 01. 5 and Auto. CAD LT 2. 01. 5 Service Pack 2 Readme. Autodesk Auto. CAD 2.
Auto. CAD LT 2. 01. Service Pack 2 Readme. This readme contains important information regarding the installation and contents of this Service Pack. It is recommended that you read the entire document before you apply the Service Pack to your product.
For reference. save this document to your hard drive or print a copy. Contents. You can apply this Service Pack to the following Autodesk products running on all supported operating systems and languages. Be sure to install the correct Service Pack. Product. Service Pack. Autodesk Auto. CAD 2.
Auto. CAD. Autodesk Auto. CAD Design Suite 2. Autodesk Auto. CAD Inventor LT Suite 2. Autodesk Auto. CAD Revit LT Suite 2. Autodesk Auto. CAD with Advance Steel 2.
Autodesk Building Design Suite 2. Autodesk Factory Design Suite 2.
Autodesk Infrastructure Design Suite 2. Autodesk Plant Design Suite 2. Autodesk Product Design Suite 2. Note: Service Pack 2 also includes all of the updates from Service Pack 1.
Service Pack 2 can be installed on either the original version or the Service Pack 1 version of Auto. CAD 2. 01. 5 or Auto. CAD LT 2. 01. 5. Return to Top Problems Reported with the Customer Error Reporting Utility As a result of the detailed information that we received from customers who used the Customer Error Reporting Utility, we were able to identify and fix a number of problems. Updates were made to the following commands and features.
Block. Service Pack 2 Occasional crashes when inserting a parametric block from a tool palette. Occasional crashes when using the ribbon to insert blocks. DB Connect. Service Pack 1 Occasional crashes when using the DB Connect feature on a 6.
GB or more of RAM. Design. Center. Service Pack 1 Occasional crashes when inserting a block from Design. Center. Image. Service Pack 2 Occasional crashes when using Paste Special after capturing an image by Alt + Print Screen key combination. Occasional crashes when opening a file with embedded TIFF images. New Tab. Service Pack 1 Occasional crashes when clicking New in the Quick Access Toolbar or the Start Drawing tile on the New Tab page.
Occasional crashes when clicking the New Tab Plus button after adding Layer. Filter. Combo. Control or Filter in the CUI dialog box. Service Pack 2 Occasional crashes when closing drawings created from a New Tab. Status Bar. Service Pack 1 Occasional crashes when opening drawing file when a bubble notification is still displayed. Selection. Service Pack 2 Occasional crashes when panning with middle mouse button immediately after selecting. Text. Service Pack 2 Occasional crashes when using the Auto.
Stack feature while editing dimension text. Occasional crashes when copying or moving the drawing that contains shx font. General. Service Pack 1 Occasional crashes when choosing the . Occasional crashes when exiting Auto. CAD. Service Pack 2 Occasional crashes when offsetting a spline. Occasional crashes in Auto. CAD LT when the Group Manager is left open.
Occasional crashes when closing the drawing after the second block insertion if the visual style is set to Realistic. Occasional crashes when panning the drawing in 3. D visual style. Occasional crashes when exiting Auto. CAD (additional to those in SP1). Occasional crashes when starting Auto. CAD after setting the PATH environment variable. Return to Top General Service Pack Updates.
The following defects have been fixed: 3. D Modeling. Service Pack 1 Using the View. Cube dropdown for selecting a saved UCS will not accept UCS names that contain a space.
Service Pack 2 In certain cases, Subtract doesn't work for regions. Additional lines display in the selection highlighting for a solid hatch object. Service Pack 2 Cannot hide hatches in a clipped view. The transient hatch color and transparency doesn't display in the 2.
D Wireframe visual style. The cursor stops for seconds when selecting a solid hatch with a circular boundary and legacy highlighting (SELECTIONEFFECT is set to 0). In certain cases, Auto. CAD freezes while evaluating hatch boundaries when a drawing is opened. Hatch is not visible on its background if hatch background color is similar and Display plot style box is checked in the Page Setup Manager. In certain cases, the hatch object doesn't display the correct plot style color.
In certain cases, the ghosted image is displayed after trimming a hatch object of a block reference. Layer. Service Pack 2 The layer selection is lost with multiple layer selection after changing a layer property in the Layer properties Manager.
Layout. Service Pack 2 Cannot drag and drop a layout tab to import it into Sheet Set Manager. Cannot duplicate a layout tab by using the CTRL key. Plot and Publish.
Service Pack 1 In certain cases, the View. Cube will appear on plots. In certain cases, Publish will clip the margins. Publish doesn't work correctly when applying the named page setup for multiple layouts.
Point Cloud. Service Pack 2 A memory leak issue results in a loss of performance or a crash. Point clouds are not selectable after cropping. Selection. Service Pack 2 When using the Windows Classic or Basic theme, cursor ghosting occurs when moving over the top of a layout viewport that is set to a 3. D visual style. VBA Service Pack 1 Unable to execute the Send. Command API in multiple drawings. General. Service Pack 1 The number of recently used files accepts a maximum of 1. The maximum has been restored to 5.
Service Pack 2 In certain cases, the border of a layout viewport flashes when the cursor moves within model space in that viewport if it's set to a 3. D visual style. Lines display in unexpected locations when the UCS is different than the WCS and the DYNMODE system variable is turned off.
The Autodesk 3. 60 ribbon tab is disabled when Ad. Sync is installed from a deployment. In certain cases, Auto.
CAD freezes after running lisp a second time in Visual LISP. The model and layout tabs in source DWG files cannot be selected in the preview window of DWG import dialog. A memory issue occurs when switching between the Model tab and layout tabs. In certain cases, the horizontal scroll bar is not displayed.
In certain cases, AUDIT doesn't fix the corrupted associative information in DWG file. Security Hotfix This Service Pack includes the Autodesk Auto. CAD Security Hotfix. If you have Autodesk Re. Cap 2. 01. 5 installed together with Auto. CAD 2. 01. 5, please install Autodesk Re.
Cap 2. 01. 5 Hotfix 1 via Autodesk Application Manager. Return to Top. New CURSORBADGE System Variable. CURSORBADGE (System Variable)Determines whether certain cursor badges are displayed in the drawing area.
To apply this Service Pack, you must have administrative privileges to install and uninstall products. Instructions about how to use the /e command line switch are included in the installation procedures that follow. After you complete these procedures, subsequent deployments of your product will include this Service Pack. The only time it is appropriate to merge the Service Pack is if you intend to distribute the deployment through a group policy object. Enter the following information and click OK. Users will install the product from this location.
Close and return to the product list. Follow the instructions in the Deployment wizard to complete the Service Pack deployment. Note: When the Auto. CAD or LT Service Pack is included in a deployment, the deployment will install the Service Pack without the update files for Autodesk 3. Note: The extraction of MSP from the service pack executable requires VC++ runtime redistributable 2. Please make sure it is installed before extracting the MSP file. Return to Top. Uninstall This Service Pack.
Windows 7 / Windows 8. Start Control Panel. Click Programs. Click Programs and Features. In the Programs and Features window, in the left pane, click View Installed Updates. Find the appropriate Service Pack in the list of updates. Return to Top. Thank You.
We want to express our appreciation to all our customers who identified these issues and reported them to us.
Auto. CAD 2. 01. 2 and Auto. CAD LT 2. 01. 2 Service Pack 2 Readme. Auto. CAD 2. 01. 2 and Auto. CAD LT 2. 01. 2 Service Pack 2 Readme. Thank you for downloading Auto.
CAD. It is strongly recommended that you read the entire. Service Pack to your product. For reference. you should save this document to your hard drive or print a copy. Be sure to install the correct. Service Pack for your software.
Service Pack 2 (SP2) and Service Pack 3 (SP3) of. Microsoft. Instead, close Auto. CAD or Auto. CAD LT manually, and press . It is also recommended that you reboot your system after installing the Service Pack.
Return to Top. Problems Reported with the Customer Error Reporting Utility As a result of detailed information from customers who used the Customer Error. Reporting Utility, a number of problems were identified and fixed.
Updates have been made in the following commands and features. Service Pack 1. 3. D Gizmos. NET APIArray. Image. Inquiry. Materials. Open/Save. PDF Underlay. Plot. Property Palette.
Ribbon. Tool Palettes. Visual Lisp. Visual Styles. Zoom/Pan. Service Pack 2. D Display. General Editing.
Model Documentation. Open/Save. Startup. Return to Top General Service Pack Updates. The following defects have been fixed: 3. D Navigation Tools Service Pack 1. DConnexion settings are not being remembered after changes are made.
Dconnexion device will not cancel the current command. Service Pack 2. Auto. CAD may become unstable after switching between a 3. D Viewport to a 2. D Viewport. Service Pack 2 Auto. CAD may become unstable after using SAVEAS on some drawings that have been run through recover. Annotation Scaling Service Pack 1.
Auto. CAD may become unstable while attempting to load a DCL file with errors from a long file name. Service Pack 2. MTEXT column width can collapse to zero when XREF is bound to the parent drawing. Annotative MTEXT column width can collapse to zero when drawing is saved and reopened. Array Service Pack 2. Auto. CAD may become unstable when using the ARRAYCLASSIC dialog with solid entities selected and clicking on the preview button. On a 3. 2bit Operating system using the ARRAYCLASSIC command preview with a large number of items selected, you may get a warning .
Array blocks may not display when attached as an XREF. ASMService Pack 2.
Auto. CAD may become unstable when drawings contain loft surface on different layers and saved to older drawing versions such as 2. Autoloader Service Pack 1 Autoloader fails when Series. Max parameter set to linked. Editing attribute text in EATTEDIT dialog sometimes results in a fatal error. CUI (Customizable User Interface) Service Pack 2. Context menus are different based on how you have loaded the Main and Enterprise menu. Digitizer Service Pack 1 You may receive an error at the command line after enabling a Win.
Tab driver and the tablet will not function. Display Drivers. Service Pack 1 Integrated chipsets are unable to return available video memory correctly. Service Pack 2. When using COPYCLIP and PASTECLIP on a 6. Operating System, you may see the object color change from the original color. DRAW2. DService Pack 2. Auto. CAD may become unstable when autosave runs with an attached PDF file that is an extremely small scale.
Auto. CAD may become unstable when using commands that modify one of the dimensions with the cyclic dependency. DWFService Pack 1 Arcs and circles viewed on edge appear as a single line.
Exchange. Service Pack 1. Autodesk Exchange may display a non- subscription link after updating to a subscription serial number. External Reference (XREF)Service Pack 2. DGN files become scaled by a factor of 1/1.
Fields. Service Pack 2. Field for viewport scale is displayed as . When objects are on locked layers you are able to nudge them. When right click menus are disabled, selection or crossing right click actions are incorrect. Hatch. Service Pack 1 Auto. CAD may become unstable when using the “separate hatch” option. Layer. Service Pack 1 Changing layer colors of layers beginning with non- alphanumeric characters may result in other layers changing colors.
Model Documentation. Service Pack 2. Temporary IDW files with . OLE (Object Linking & Embedding)Service Pack 1 Auto. CAD may become unstable when copying from an Excel file back to Auto.
CAD. Open/Save. Service Pack 1 Cannot open drawing files from file Explorer if the drawing contains a . Other. Service Pack 1. Auto. CAD may stop responding when saving and or opening drawings with Symantec Norton 3. Version 5 installed on your system. You will be unable to open drawings created using a non- Autodesk product when using the Open() API.
Auto. CAD may become unstable when selecting the grid in some drawings. Auto. CAD may become unstable after editing MTEXT in a viewport and when exiting the program. Service Pack 2. Auto.
CAD may become unstable when opening drawings with possible corrupt array entities. Parametric Drawing.
Service Pack 1. Area is wrong when coincident constraints are applied to entities. PDF Export. Service Pack 1. Auto. CAD may become unstable when using PDF Export on files that contain MS Mincho font. PDF Underlay. Service Pack 1. Auto. CAD may become unstable when unloading a PDF underlay.
Performance. Service Pack 1. Drawings containing many layers may become slower with each pan and zoom operation when the ribbon is active.
Plot. Service Pack 1 You may experience data loss when sending multiple plots to Xerox printers. Purge. Service Pack 1. Auto. CAD may become unstable when using the purge command. Ribbon. Service Pack 1 The linetype preview may be missing from the linetype dropdown in Ribbon Properties panel when opening drawings from the Application Menu. Service Pack 2. Auto. CAD may become unstable when exiting on Microsoft Windows 8. Turning SNAPGRIDLEGACY ON will restore the old Snap behavior of the cursor when no command is active.
Restores legacy SNAP behavior during certain LISP- based selection commands. Selection. Service Pack 1. Sheet List Table Context menu in Sheet Set Manager (SSM) is missing some menu items. Service Pack 2. Auto. CAD may become unstable when copying large selection sets. Auto. CAD may become unstable when working with joined splines.
Sheet Set Manager. Service Pack 1. Sheet List Table Context menu in Sheet Set Manager (SSM) is missing some menu items. Service Pack 2. You may notice high network utilization with SMB V2 (Server Message Block) while working with the sheet set manger. Startup. Service Pack 2. Auto. CAD may not start if the Operating System path is not able to be found.
Tables. Service Pack 1. Cell style is grayed out when picking inside any cell. The data link menu is grayed out after inserting a data link in a table. Service Pack 2. When editing an Excel Data Links not all the information is displayed. Tool tips. Service Pack 2. Customized Tooltips fail to be aligned by rows. Visual Basic for Application (VBA)Service Pack 1.
Ac. Focus. Ctrl cannot be inserted in a VBA form. Service Pack 2. On a 6.
Operating system with VBA loaded, you may not be able to restore Auto. CAD after minimizing it. Visual Lisp. Service Pack 1. Attribute dialog will be displayed when inserting a block with attributes based on the setvar ATTDIA value. Visual Styles. Service Pack 1.
Auto. CAD may become unstable when using osnap in a 2d hide view. Service Pack 2. Visual Styles may become lost when saving back to a previous drawing version such as Auto. CAD 2. 00. 7 file format. External Reference. Service Pack 1 Auto. CAD may become unstable when interacting between the open dialog and the XREF manager.
In order to apply this Service Pack, you must have. Instructions about how to use the /e command line switch are included in the. Detailed instructions on how to set up patching through your. Info. Center tab of the CAD Manager. Control Utility Help.
Select Install Tools and Utilities and then select Autodesk CAD Manager Tools. After you complete these procedures, subsequent deployments of your product will include this Service Pack.