Anyone who has used Sheet Set Manager has most likely wanted/needed to make a field blank. The time I run into this the most is with the fields I have for our revision dates. Obviously with a first submission I am not going to have a “Revised Date”; thus the need for a blank field.

Unfortunately simply entering a space doesn’t cut it for Sheet Set Manager (SSM). There are two secrets (that I know about) to blank out these fields.

The first and perhaps the simplest is to simply enter “U+00A0″ into your field. Another way is to press the “Alt” key and at the same time press “0160”.

Donnie Gladfelter
Donnie is author of the book and Autodesk Official Press, AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT: No Experience Required, a columnist for AUGIWorld Magazine, Autodesk University speaker, and former member of the AUGI Board of Directors.
Donnie Gladfelter

5 thoughts on “Blank Sheet Set Fields

  1. sorry,Coud you put a example of this, please?
    if you could to leave a example…..

    I dont know How make that?, thanks!!

  2. Another I have used it to simply use %%u with no additional charters. With no text to underline it will leave the text blank even though the field data is not blank.

  3. Another I have used it to simply use %%u with no additional charters. With no text to underline it will leave the text blank even though the field data is not blank.

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