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Export properties of all objects for a selected layer

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jes_g

Hi all,

 

I have a layer consisting of 30k block references. I want to export the properties of all these block references into Excel sheet or txt. Does anyone know a LISP routine to do this?

 

The sample drawing is attached with this thread

 

Thank you in advance.

 

 

 

Best wishes,

Jes G

 

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Sample.dwg

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jes_g

 

Thank you. I tried this command. But it doesn't export all properties. Attached is the screenshot showing the properties that have not been exported (marked as red)

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devitg

Please upload a Sample.DWG with at least a few block's references

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devitg

Please give what property you need to see

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SLW210

Can you post the drawing and images directly to CADTutor?

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BIGAL

DWG is 2017 or 2018 I am a bit lazy and have to open anothe version, BUT OD: normally means it has object data and is extracted in a different way than normal Autocad data. Google Object data Autocad.

 

It does appear in properties.

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Roy_043

The OP's file contains proxy objects. So you may need more than 'Vanilla' AutoCAD to extract the required data.

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DWG is 2017 or 2018 I am a bit lazy and have to open anothe version, BUT OD: normally means it has object data and is extracted in a different way than normal Autocad data. Google Object data Autocad.

 

It does appear in properties.

 

Thank you, BIGAL. The problem is solved using this

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