Enter xref name(s) to bind: Enter a name or a list of names separated by commas
The xref-dependent named objects, such as layer names, of the former xref are added to your drawing. In each xref-dependent named object, the vertical bar (|) is replaced with three new characters: a number (usually 0) between two dollar signs ($). The number is increased if the same name already exists in the current drawing.
Detaches one or more DWG references from your drawing, erasing all instances of a specified xref and marking the xref definition for deletion from the definition table. Only the xrefs attached or overlaid directly to the current drawing can be detached; nested xrefs cannot be detached.
Enter xref name(s) to detach:
Edit xref name(s) to edit path:
xref name: “name”
Old path: path
Enter new path: Enter new path and drawing name
Displays the Enter Name of File to Overlay dialog box (a standard file selection dialog box). Select the file you want to attach to a drawing as an external reference (xref) overlay. If you reference a drawing that contains an overlaid xref, the overlaid xref does not appear in the current drawing.
If the xref you specify is not already overlaid, a new xref is crated, using the name of the referenced file. You are then prompted for an insertion point, scale, and rotation angle, as described for the command.
Enter name of file to overlay:
If you reference a drawing that contains an attached xref, the attached xref appears in the current drawing. Like blocks, attached xrefs can be nested. If another person is currently editing the xref file, the most recently saved version is attached.