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How to find blocks with an empty (not-filled-in) attribute?

A - answer You can use our srxText utility (see Download). Use the command SRXTEXT with its option "Exact" - specify just [Enter] (an empty text) as the string to search and replace.

srxText will find (zoom to) the blocks with empty attributes.

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See also:
Tip 9265:RENAME on steroids - complex renaming of AutoCAD objects.
Tip 8065:How to add prefix or suffix to selected drawing texts?
Tip 7890:How to find missing numbers in a series of numbered blocks?
Tip 7673:How to search/replace tabs in texts?
Tip 7241:Searching text in DWG drawings (without AutoCAD).


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