ClassificationDefinitionTools for AutoCAD Architecture
Download of Trial for AutoCAD Architecture 2013 and 2014:
ClassificationDefinitionTools trial is fully functional except that you can only import or export 10 items. When purchased it can be used without restrictions.
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Compatible with AutoCAD Architecture (ACA), Architectural Desktop (ADT) and their verticals like AutoCAD MEP and AutoCAD Civil3D. Compatible with versions 2007-2014.
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.
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In the Style Manager>Multi-Purpose Objects there are Classification Definitions that can be useful for many purposes. But you have to add them one by one. Imagine if you have an existing list of many items in Excel or some other format and you have to add them manually.
Tip. ClassificationDefinition is the command to start the Style Manager with only the Classification Definitions.
To install and run ClassificationDefinitionTools do like this:
For example say there is an existing classification like this.
ClassificationDefinitionExport shows the dialog box below. Select a Classification Definition Name in the dropdown list and press Export. This will show the list in the textbox Classification Definition Values. The result is automatically copied into the clipboard so you can paste the result into for example Excel.
The columns are separated by tabs.
The first column shows the level where 1 is the top level.
The second column is the name.
The third column is the description.
ClassificationDefinitionImport shows the dialog box below. If the Classification Definition is existing it appends the values. Copy and paste a bunch of values from Excel, Notepad or some other editor. Notice that the format must be tab separated.
After importing this definition the result in the Style Manager is as below.
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