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ryant35
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Block Insert & Edit Attributes

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03-23-2009 09:19 AM
I have AutoCAD 2009 installed on 2 different PC's at 2 different locations. On at home when I insert a block with an attribute it asks for the value in the command line like the previous versions.

At work it opens an 'Edit Attributes' window in the middle of the screen and it slows me down because I can't hit enter or right click to close it. I attached a screen shot.

Does anyone know how to change this setting? I thought I set up the programs the same at both locations but somehow at home it works like I want it to.
*R.K. McSwain
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Re: Block Insert & Edit Attributes

03-23-2009 09:46 AM in reply to: ryant35
ryant35 wrote:
> I have AutoCAD 2009 installed on 2 different PC's at 2 different
> locations. On at home when I insert a block with an attribute it asks
> for the value in the command line like the previous versions. At work it
> opens an 'Edit Attributes' window in the middle of the screen and it
> slows me down because I can't hit enter or right click to close it. I
> attached a screen shot. Does anyone know how to change this setting?

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ryant35
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Re: Block Insert & Edit Attributes

03-23-2009 09:49 AM in reply to: ryant35
That was it! Thank you very much.

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