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Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week

Promine AutoCAD Tip of the Week: Dynamic Title Blocks

Posted by Luis Montiel Petro on Nov 5, 2018 12:01:36 PM

This week’s Promine’s AutoCAD tip of the week covers a useful trick to create dynamic title blocks. You can configure personalized title blocks for your layouts used in the Grid module of Promine. For every specific layout you can define visibility states depending whether a specific plan is under revision, approved, etc. This allows controlling the plan generation in a specific operation/project. In Insert / Block Definition / Block Editor you can configure the visibility states.

 Video Tutorial

Step By Step

1.Create a layout using the Promine command Create Layout (GRD)

2.Go to Insert / Block Definition / Block Editor and select the title block used in the layout

3.Click on Visibility / Visibility States

4.Click on New, provide a name and select the option “Show all existing objects in new state”

5.Click on Ok/Ok

6.Remove/add the elements you want to display in the new state. You can change the visibility of a specific object in the title block by doing right-click on the object and select Object visibility

7.Once the visibility of the elements in the new state have been configured click on Close Block Editor

8.Click on Save the changes to update the title block

9.You can now choose the state of your plan in the title block

Dynamic Title Blocks

Topics: Tips Para Promine / AutoCAD, Promine / AutoCAD Tips