Hi am seem to be having trouble locating what the crop boundry is on my sheets. If you open your sheet, and you select your drawing you see a big boarder apear which I want to crop down, so I can easily manipulate other drawings on to the sheet. However, and I thought I understood what I was doing, but I turn on Crop View, Crop region visible, annotation Crop, but this misterious box still refuses to be manupulated. Ive tried looking at the viewport but nothing seems to work. What else could it be?? What am I forgetting? thanks!
The extents of a Viewport (which is when you click on the View on the Sheet) is determined by the visible elements of that View. In order to control the Crop Region of a View, select it, right-click, and select "Activate View". This will let you work on the View through the Viewport, including adjusting the Crop Region. Right-click and select "Deactivate View" when finished editing the View.
Yeah, I know that much. But its neither one of those. My crop region is tight to my drawing and so is the annotation crop, but the view port border is still way out in left field. Somethimes croping is enough to bring it in tight but others it is not.
Perhaps there is a CAD Import causing it (?), but I would need to see the file in order to figure out the exact cause.
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