D-03 l Advanced Fields
-After this Lecture you will be able to:- Display data that you expect to change during the life cycle of a drawing. When a field is updated, the latest data is displayed. For example, the value of the FileName field is the name of the file. If the file name changes, the new file name is displayed when the field is updated. Fields can be inserted in any kind of text (except tolerances), including text in table cells, attributes, and attribute definitions. When any text command is active, Insert Field is available on the shortcut menu. Some sheet set fields can be inserted as placeholders. For example, you can insert SheetNumberAndTitle as a placeholder. Later, when the layout is added to a sheet set, the placeholder field displays the correct sheet number and title. Block placeholder fields can be used in block attribute definitions while you're working in the Block Editor. A field for which no value is available displays hyphens (----). For example, the Author field, which is set in the Drawing Properties dialog, may be blank. An invalid field displays pound signs (####). For example, the CurrentSheetName field, which is valid only in paper space, displays pound signs if it is placed in model space.