Tipster Alexandre Marion sends us a tip about the AutoCAD Block Attribute Manager command, better known as Battman.
"I've found a command called Battman (pretty easy to remember, right?) that lets you reorganize a block the way you want it, without having to enter the Block Editor. This really helps out in situations such as dealing with a block made by someone with no experience."
Notes from Cadalyst Tip Patrol: Battman is the command you want to use in AutoCAD to help you manage the block attributes of a specific block. It doesn't change the information that you put into a block that has attributes; it manages the attribute objects of a block instead.
To use it, type Battman on the Command line. This will bring up the Block Attribute Manager window. Select a block, then edit the settings of the attributes in that block. If you edit a block's attributes, remember to press the Sync button; this will update every instance of that block in your file.