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  1. I have a drawing with numerous blocks which have a star at the start of the name. e.g. *M24, *B36, *567 etc. If a select one of these blocks that have a star at the start of the name, and then type BEDIT, it doesn't enter block editor. I can't seem to edit these blocks that have a star in the name. Also, even though when I select one of these blocks it tells me the object is a "Block Reference", I can't find the name in the list of block definitions in that drawing. Anyone had this problem before???? Please help!
  2. Y'all, I'm coming back to AutoCAD2010 after a 4 years of using Vectorworks and am trying to make sense of Blocks, which I am assuming have the same(ish) properties as Vectorworks symbols. Specifically I would like to know how to have a single block that lives in a "root" file that is referenced and "live" in multiple files. i.e, 1 site boundary block that can be referenced into multiple files and then updated accross all the files it is referenced into by editing the original site boundary block in the "root" file. Is this possible? Is it called some other kind of block? Cheers, Z
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