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ascensojimer
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Registered: ‎03-19-2013
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Problems with scale in "presentation" sheet

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03-29-2013 09:16 AM

Hello again,

I have another problem which I hope you can have the solution.

This time the problems are with scale, between "model" sheet and "presentation 2"

For example, in the following picture you can see one alignment in model sheet:

 



When I change to sheet model to presentation, it is shown:

 



I've tried to change text size, scale parameters... but there only shows this over-sized objets and text.

Anyone knows why happen this? What would I need to change to see it in the normal size? If I can't scale it well I won't be able to print it correctly!

I hope that someone will be able to help me!

Thanks,

Best regards

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rl_jackson
Posts: 695
Registered: ‎01-20-2008
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Re: Problems with scale in "presentation" sheet

03-29-2013 09:29 AM in reply to: ascensojimer

In the first image I notice your scale looks to be at 1:1 you need to set the scale to some size i.e. (1:100 or 1" = 100") based on your units.

 

Then in Paperspace you set the viewport at the same scale and everything should be fine.

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