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How to insert the name of used plot style table into the drawing?

A - answer You can use an automatic text field to display the currently used (applied) plot style table (a .CTB or .STB file) as a text or attribute in your DWG drawing (the name is not stored in a variable).

In the FIELD command dialog, select the category Plot and choose "Plot Style Table" from the field names. You can also just paste the following string into any drawing text:

%<\AcVar PlotStyleTable>%

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23.5.2014    5217×  

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