Twelve Days of CADD Care (Day Nine): AutoCAD tip

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On the ninth day of CADD Care, the CADD Team gave to me… a quick and accurate way to count the instances of Blocks in a drawing.

Happy holidays! Today we want to share a quick and easy AutoCAD tip. Left click the Count Button on the Palettes Panel of the View Tab of the Ribbon and the Count Palette is displayed showing the Blocks in the current drawing and their quantities. Left clicking the name of a Block in the Count Palette highlights the Blocks in the drawing so the user can see all their locations. And, there is even an option to output the Count results to a dynamic table that will update as blocks are added or deleted. This is my favorite new command of the season. Thanks, AutoCAD!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check back tomorrow and the rest of this week to see what the CADD team has in store for the remaining Twelve Days of CADD Care.

View previous posts in the Twelve Days of CADD Care blog series:

(Day One): Expert Insight
(Day Two): Autodesk Build
(Day Three): A Hybrid Work Plan
(Day Four): Customer Success
(Day Five): Favorite Revit Toolbox Utilities
(Day Six): A tip to fix low-resolution images
(Day Seven): CADD Care tip
(Day Eight): Bluebeam Revu and 3D PDFs

Join in the Twelve Days of Giving

Tis the season for giving back. If you are looking for ways to get involved in your local community this holiday season, visit our CADD Foundation page for a full list of volunteer opportunities.

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