You can keep track of your drawings more easily if you add keywords or other information to them.
Drawing properties can help you identify a drawing. Some drawing properties are stored by the operating system; for example, drawing type, location, and size. These values are read-only in the drawing file and can only be changed through Windows Explorer.
The Find tool in a standard file selection dialog box can use this information. For example, you can search for all files created on a certain date, or for files you modified yesterday.
ADCENTER and .You can create additional properties in drawing files. You can store author, title, and subject, and you can assign keywords, hyperlink addresses or directory paths, and custom properties to your drawings. The Advanced tab in the Search tool in DesignCenter can use these properties to locate drawing files. For more information about DesignCenter, see
.With the Sheet Set Manager, you can assign a sheet title, number, and a description to every sheet in a sheet set. For more information about sheet sets, see
.You can assign any of the drawing properties to a field in a text object. For more information about fields, see