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  1. I'm struggling to create an MLeader object with MText: \LCONSTRUCTION NOTE:\l\P[ATTRIBUTE] I wish to: 1) use command "ATTOUT" to create a text file "[drawing]ATTOUT.txt" in the drawing folder (in Windows Explorer) containing a seperate block named "POINT" with attribute [POINT] and MLeader(or block) named "CNOTE" with attribute [CNOTE], 2) change [CNOTE] value for all [POINT] values in Excel workbook, 3) save Excel workbook to (Tab-delimited) "[drawing]ATTIN.txt" in the same drawing folder (in Windows Explorer), 4) use command "ATTIN" to change [ATTRIBUTE] and [POINT] values. I'm running AutoCAD 2014 Map3D, Windows 7, and Excel 2010. Thank you for any advice or routines to make this possible!
  2. Simple question my LISP friends. I want the ATTOUT/ATTIN express tools to be nested block friendly. Thank you
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