This seems like it should be the most stupidly easy thing...but AutoCAD doesn't seem to have a way to do this.
I made a point table from a point group. Quick and sweet.
But now I want to change it a little bit, and it's not something I can just do from the table style. So I want to copy it into Excel...and when I try to, hitting paste in Excel ends up just giving me this block image version of the table in Excel. I tried doing TABLEEXPORT but that's only for regular tables.
Any help here? Thanks!
OK, I had been thinking that the export points command gave you some strange file format that I didn't know how to work with, because in the menu it gave formats such as ENZ, NEZ, etc, but then I realized that those meant "Easting, Northing, Elevation" and "Northing, Easting, Elevation," etc. and it gave it to you in a text file format, which I do know how to bring into Excel.
So...I'm good now. Thanks for your help.
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