User-Defined Attribute List Dialog Box

Creates or modifies a list of attributes to report.

Find
 Command entry:  AEUDA

Sort the list by clicking any of the column headers or move rows up or down in the list by highlighting multiple rows and dragging the selection on the sequence number list to the appropriate position.

Attribute Tag

Edits and displays the list of attribute tags to be made available in the Report Generator. The attribute tags can be in any order in the list. Enter text, click in the cell to edit, or right-click in the cell to pick, copy, cut, or paste a value.

Note: An attribute tag is required and must be specified before you can edit any of the other fields in its row.

Column Width

Edits and displays the column width for the attribute tag. Enter a number, click in the cell to edit, or right-click in the cell to copy or cut a value.

Note: If left blank, the column width is restricted to 24 characters.

Justification

Edits and displays the justification of the attribute tag text. Click in the cell and select from Top Left, Top Center, Top Right, Middle Left, Middle Center, Middle Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Center, or Bottom Right justification. The justification definition can be modified inside the Change Report Format dialog box.

Note: If left blank, Top Left justification is used.

Column Title

Edits and displays the column header title in the Report Generator dialog box. Enter text, click in the cell to edit, or right-click in the cell to copy, cut, or paste a value. The column title can be modified inside the Change Report Format dialog box.

Note: If left blank, the attribute tag is used as the column header.

Pick

Selects an attribute from the drawing to use as the Attribute Tag.

Open

Browses for an existing User Defined Attribute List file for editing.

Save As

Creates a new User Defined Attribute List file with extension .wda.

Note: You can edit the attribute text file (*.wda) in Notepad; however, you must set the Encoding to Unicode in the Open and Save dialog boxes.

Right-click options

Pick

Allows selection of an attribute from the drawing. This is available only for the Attribute Tag.

Copy

Copies the cell contents to paste in another.

Cut

Removes the cell contents to paste in another.

Paste

Places the copied or cut cell contents in a new cell.

Note: You can also copy, cut, and paste entire row contents from one row to another (one at a time), however you cannot paste the row contents into a single cell.