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*Juan Navarro \(IV9 sp4\)

# Non proportional scale (scale in one axis)

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05-09-2006 05:24 AM
How do I perform a scale in only 1 axis?

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Juan Navarro Sanz
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# Re: Non proportional scale (scale in one axis)

05-09-2006 06:26 AM in reply to: *Juan Navarro \(IV9 sp4\)
Hi Juan,

Create a block of your geometry. Then insert it into your drawing and if you want it longer in X, then type that in and you have what you want.

You can also insert the block and accept all the defaults, then change X or Y in the Properties for the same results.

# Re: Non proportional scale (scale in one axis)

05-09-2006 06:26 AM in reply to: *Juan Navarro \(IV9 sp4\)
Make it a block, then use PROPERTIES.

Or try STRETCH if it's an option.

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# Re: Non proportional scale (scale in one axis)

05-10-2006 12:20 AM in reply to: *Juan Navarro \(IV9 sp4\)
it works, even with a raster image, thanks

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# Re: Non proportional scale (scale in one axis)

// then type that in and you have what you want.//

Type what? Can anyone embed a Video Screenshot of the steps please? Its still unclear to me.

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# Re: Non proportional scale (scale in one axis)

12-12-2011 09:24 AM in reply to: bala8vijay

Geez Byes! If you want a scale of 1 in the x-axis and a scale of 1.2 in the y-axis, then highlight the block and in the Properties manager override the 1.0 in the y-axis with 1.2!

If by some odd chance my nattering was useful -- that's great, glad to help. But if it actually solved your issue, then please mark my solution as accepted
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# Re: Non proportional scale (scale in one axis)

12-15-2011 12:43 PM in reply to: bala8vijay

The routine here: