Because I have any blocks in my design whith this name and i need redefine
those and I need use REFEDIT in this Blocks
Jason Piercey escribió en el mensaje de noticias
> Why do you need to rename them?
> Juan Carlos Velez wrote:
> > How I can Rename any Block With Name *u
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"Juan Carlos Velez" wrote in message
| Because I have any blocks in my design whith this name and i need redefine
| those and I need use REFEDIT in this Blocks
| Jason Piercey escribió en el mensaje de noticias
| > Why do you need to rename them?
| > -Jason
| > Juan Carlos Velez wrote:
| > > How I can Rename any Block With Name *u
Yes, it is possible to rename an annonymous block from *U17 to MTM_17 (for
example). But when you list the available blocks in a drawing using commands
like BLOCK or INSERT, MTM_17 will not be listed as it is an annonymous block
(but it exists). Just by changing an annonymous block's name will not make
it a named block. The group code 70 decides if this block is annonymous or
not, and this group code cannot be edited.
For example, create an annonymous block "*T" using any_blk function and then
execute the ren_blk function to rename it to "TESTBLOCK"