How to Insert Blank Sheet Set Fields in AutoCAD

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".

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5 thoughts on “How to Insert Blank Sheet Set Fields in AutoCAD”

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

    I dont know How make that?, thanks!!

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  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.

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  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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