How do I close a Refedit in Autocad?

How do I exit Refedit?

How do I close a Refedit in AutoCAD? Right-click on the block and select Edit Block In-Place. Use the command REFEDIT to open the in-place block editor for a selected block. After editing, use the REFCLOSE command to close it.

How do you exit a block in AutoCAD?

To exit the block editing session, use the BCLOSE command and choose whether to save or discard the changes.

What is Refedit mode?

The Refedit command edits block references and externally-referenced drawings (Xrefs) through a dialog box (short for “reference editor”). Refedit is referred to as in-place reference editing . RefEdit either works on a portion of the reference or on the entire drawing or all entities in the block.

How do I edit a block?

To edit a block in-place, do any of the following: Right-click on the block and select Edit Block In-Place. Use the command REFEDIT to open the in-place block editor for a selected block. After editing, use the REFCLOSE command to close it.

What is edit block in place?

Edit block in-place is a great way to modify block when you want to use other objects in the drawing as reference. The tool we use is actually REFEDIT. It was originally for reference editing, but works for blocks too.

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