Dear Kunf for the excel-Data:
(1)Export the excel-Data as pdf or use a pdf-writer to print a pdf.
(2)Open the pdf in Adobe Illustrator.
(3)Check the layer-panel in illustrator and remove unwanted clipping or other fragments of the pdf - this might be optional
(4) export from Illustrator as dxf
(5) import to rhino - you can copy paste between standard viewport and Layout.
you might loose line-weight and font info with this workflow.
if this does not work - you might want to post sample data - also for your layout question.
For a excel-data
thats just give me a image of it, but unfortunately it still non editable.
In 2nd example if you will look attached file please, I would like to change frame and description, I created new one template and I would like to replace it in other drawings, without making a new files.
As for the layout, it’s still not completely clear what you need. Are you going to replace the Title Block on layouts in several files? If you don’t have an existing logic in existing files, you will probably have a hard time automating this and will have to use Copy-Paste.
Hi, just to keep the links up-to-date, the “Table” plugin is not distributed by RhinoPiping anymore (above link), but a new version has been released under the brand TomKod™: https://www.tomkod.com/product/tables/
It now reads directly .xls, .xlsx, .csv files, and includes a integrated Rhino editor. (Compatible with Rhino 5-6-7)