Within an attribute definition are several “modes” that control how an attribute is viewed and placed onto a drawing. Likewise, we can modify existing attributes with an incredibly powerful and heroic command called “BATTMAN”.

The “Invisible” mode allows us to hide attribute data on our drawing. It still exists, so its data can still be quantified and activated when needed. Other modes include “Constant”, Verify (A very odd mode with several nuances), Preset, and Multiple lines.

This is the third part of our series on creating attributes with AutoCAD. For more information, please contact us at info@ddscad.com

Part 1: https://ddscad.com/create-attributes-with-autocad-part-1
Part 2: https://ddscad.com/create-attributes-with-autocad-part-2
Part 4: https://ddscad.com/create-attributes-with-autocad-part-4

Digital Drafting Systems – Create Attributes with AutoCAD – Part 3


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