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Style Browser (enhanced)

Explore Style Browser enhancements for AutoCAD MEP components, including more object types. 

You can now view, search, and add all system definitions from the Style Browser. 

Styles for devices, panels, plumbing fittings, and schematic symbol also now appear in the Style Browser. Click the binocular button next to the Routing Preferences in the Properties palette to display the routing preferences in the Style Browser.

The Manage Content Library dialog now enables you to add a directory to the Content Library. MEP objects are grouped together, and when you expand an object node at the bottom of the drop-down list, the contents now scroll upward so all the objects under that node are visible.  

The behavior of selecting system definitions has been standardized so the Style Browser will always be used. System definitions now include cable tray, conduit, and other electrical objects; and duct, pipe, plumbing, and schematic objects in the Object Type list.

Routing preferences for conduit, duct, and pipe have been added to the Style Browser, helping reduce the size of MEP templates. In addition, the Style Browser now includes panels, devices, schematic symbols, and plumbing fittings.

The Select Drawings dialog for the Content Library now includes A360. This enables you to share styles among geographically dispersed teams.