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Layouts can contain both instance-specific and layout-specific entities. Layout instances contain different drawing views of a part, and can be positioned several different ways within a layout. Until instances are burst, they consist of instance-specific geometry, or geometry that is associated to the part in Model mode. When you elect to burst instances, instance-specific entities are converted to layout-specific entities that can be edited or modified within the layout only.
Layout-Specific Entities (LSE):
Layout-specific entities are entities that you create in Layout mode; and any instance or entity that has been burst. The title block data and border are LSE. LSE do not affect the part file in Model mode. For example, entities created in Layout mode will not be visible in Model mode, and are only editable in Layout mode.
NOTE: Tagged entities within a Layout are layout specific entities, and are not associative to the model. However, any following changes to an instance (location, rotation, or deletion) will affect all tagged layout specific entities on that instance.
Instance-Specific Entities (ISE):