We are pleased to announce the launch of the new TPAS website and a fresh look for the TPAS blog!
The new site includes more information, video tours, and downloadable guides for viewers who are new to TPAS. For new and experienced TPAS users, we are excited to present TPAS University, a series of instructional videos addressing frequently asked questions and providing tips for getting the most out of TPAS.
We hope that you find the new site informative and easy to use. Please share your feedback with me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Kelly Streeter, TPAS Program Manager
In this installment of TPAS University, Kelly demonstrates how to easily correct individual annotations or large batches of data using AutoCAD’s ATTOUT and ATTIN commands.
The ATTOUT command exports a selected set of data to a tab-delimited file, which is easily edited in Excel. The data is then imported back into the AutoCAD drawing using the ATTIN command.
This is a great tool for making batch changes to data, for example changing the priority designation for an entire group of conditions. It also works well for correcting smaller issues, such as typographical errors.
Please post in the comments below if you have questions about these features.