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problems with paper space

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07-19-2011 08:37 AM

I've been using AutoCAD for ten years and have been able to figure out just about everything by googling and reading boards.  Now I am stumped.  I understand the concept of model/paper space but I can't seem to figure out how to set up a layout.  I can setup the view ports but they display the extents of the drawings.  I change the scale but can't figure out how to pan around in the drawing to pick exactly what I want to display in the viewport.  For example, I do residential design.  I want a layout that shows a front elevation and another to show the floor plan.  This would be for a handout and the scale would be about 3/32=1'.  Can someone guide me to a basic tute to walk me through the steps from beginning to end?  Thanks.  I'm using AutoCAD LT10.

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