BCOUNT is a viable utility, but be careful if you have nested blocks or
You also might want to look at EATTEXT and realize that the blocks do not
have to have attribute definitions in them in order to use this command to
gather information about the blocks, nested blocks or xref'd blocks.
AutoCAD Quick Tip - Another Super Speedy Means of Counting your Blocks!
(you'll need to scroll down to read the blog post)
Tracy Lincoln - Autodesk Discussion Group Facilitator
TLConsulting - http://TLConsulting.blogspot.com/
Simple question I know. . . I need to list all the blocks in my drawing and
how many of each there are. Can anyone help?
To make a table of all the blocks on your drawing and their quantities:
(Tools>>Attribute Extraction>>Next>>Next>> -if you want the number of all the blocks press Next--if you dont need to know all the blocks numbers then >> tick the box exclude blocks without attribute>> choose the needed blocks- >>Next>>Next>>Next>>Finish. ^_^