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    Default How to link the title of several dwg files in another file?

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    How to link the title of several dwg files in another file?
    I put a graphic example
    1- Test.dwg


    2- Select Files dwg (Link dwg)


    3- Final Test.dwg
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    Couldn't you use hyperlinks? The user clicks on the hyperlink and the drawing is opened.
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    I just need to link the title of the dwg.
    in case of modifying the title of a dwg in said plane, it would also be modified

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    I think you are referring to sheet sets then.
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    yes ,
    It possible?
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    Find and view the YouTube video named "Using AutoCAD Sheet Sets Tutorial". It runs about 19 minutes.
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    Just a suggestion..
    Insert those DWG's as XREF in the drawing.

    Create a lisp wich creates a MTEXT with all XREF names in it?

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