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edwinbculanding
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autonumbering

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05-26-2012 02:11 AM

Guys,

i just need help in auto numbering, is there another command or maybe there's a LISP to solve my problem.

i have a lot of number to arrange maybe 1000 points each drawing, editing it one by one take a lot of time just to make it in sequence with the loop.

when i used TCOUNT command, it only add another number but not replace the suffix number.

 

For Example i have belw format that is in different location in the drawing:

BF/FL5/1

BF/FL5/5

BF/FL5/6

BF/FL5/3

 

in TCOUNT command it become like this or there's another method of using TCOUNT command:

BF/FL5/1 1

BF/FL5/5 2

BF/FL5/6 3

BF/FL5/3 4


and i want it to become like this:

BF/FL5/1

BF/FL5/2

BF/FL5/3

BF/FL5/4

 


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nestly
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Re: autonumbering

05-26-2012 04:01 AM in reply to: edwinbculanding

Assuming you have AutoCAD, not AutoCADLT..... try LeeMac Programming Incremental Numbering Suite

 

http://www.lee-mac.com/numinc.html

 

The animation below is using the [R]eplace option and manually picking the objects in order.

 

NumIncV3.gif

 

 

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edwinbculanding
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Re: autonumbering

05-26-2012 04:54 AM in reply to: nestly

hi Nestly,

this is exactly what i need but i really dont how to get the program ! so just asking how i can get this NUmber Incremental Suite V3-2,

when i click the link you attach for lee-mac it directed to the site, when i click NumIncV3-2.lsp to download and LOAD LSP to AutoCAD. Loading Successfully but ERROR: BAD FUNCTION 42 appear.

 

 

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edwinbculanding
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Re: autonumbering

05-26-2012 05:09 AM in reply to: edwinbculanding

Hi Nestly, 

its now working, i just downloaded it in different site! 

Thank you so much for giving me this solution. 

 

 

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