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Attributes Block Data Extraction

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    Posted: 25.Jan.2018 at 10:11
I like to extract quantities in excel from CAD. the blocks are in Attributes. what is the procedure to get quantity.
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One option would be to use the DATAEXTRACTION feature of AutoCAD.  There are others.
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Have you figured out how to extract attributes from AutoCAD and get them into Excel yet?
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