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I have seen a block created which allows one to go into its
attributes of the block and turn parts of that block on and
off. This is done by turning on attributes %%200, %%201..., and is created using unicode.

1. The associated .SHP file which was complied is no longer
 available. Can the .SPX file be unconfigured to allow
 me to see the actual format?

2. If the answer to #1 is no, do you have an example to show
 how it is done. All books I have looked at do not go into
 any detail.

RE: unicode

Champ, this seems to me to be a question to be submitted to Autodesk forum: If I am right, then copying this text to eng-tips: Autodesk forum may get you a quicker response.

I may not be right, for which I would apologize

RE: unicode

In regard to my answer, you mentioned this should be submitted to autodesk, is this something I should do
or was it forwarded by you guys.

If I need to forward it, what is this process?

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