Block libraries are available on the Library tab of the Blocks palette. This video shows how to specify a shared folder or file to configure the block library. The idea is to set up drawings that are empty, except for blocks, and share them as block libraries. In the context of AutoCAD, blocks are the set of geometries that act as a single object and can be used in a drawing on a repetitive basis.
The blocks used in the drawing are called block references, and if the block is modified, all of its references change automatically. Did you know that Autocad (for Windows & Mac) has a built-in block library that you can use? AutoCAD has a small library of some standard blocks that you can use in your drawings. This block library can be accessed from the Design Center palette. THEN, they went a step further by adding the Repeat Placement option, which allows the user to repeatedly insert a selected block over and over again without restarting the command.
But the truth is that I often don't find anyone who hears me speak geometrically about my love for AutoCAD. Attaching a drawing file to the block library also imports all of its block definitions to the palette. Thanks to those of you who have attended my webcast on how to easily locate and insert blocks and drawings in the current drawing using the improved AutoCAD block palette. The most important thing as a CAD manager is to control the blocks once they are created and comply with CAD standards according to the company's requirements.
Instead, you can save all the blocks as separate drawings in a folder and insert them from that folder. The tool palette has many common blocks (especially dynamic blocks) that you can use directly in the drawing by simply dragging and dropping them in the drawing. After selecting the drawing, select Blocks in the object type and you now have a collection of blocks that you can insert into the drawing by simply dragging and dropping. In addition to creating your own set of blocks and using the design center or the tool palette, you can also use other resources to obtain CAD blocks for your projects.
As I mentioned earlier, one of the main reasons for using a block is its ability to modify all of its references by modifying a single block. I have all my most common blocks in a single file that I insert into my drawings, and then each block is available in the drop-down list of insert blocks. You don't need any special tools, such as the Tool Palette window, DesignCenter, or Content Explorer, to insert a block. Blocks can be a simple and simple collection of static geometries, or you can also create blocks with dynamic properties, and these types of blocks are called dynamic blocks.