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*Anthony S. Pisarri, P.E.
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pick box size

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12-02-2004 09:44 AM
Hi group... I'm having a problem with the size of the pick box in the middle of the crosshairs. For some reason, it's quite small and when I try to enlarge it using Tools>Customize, I make the box bigger, but the changes won't take. The pick box remains small. This just started happening and I haven't done anything different. I have AutoCAD 2002, LDD 3, and Win XP Pro with SP-2. Thanks for your help, Tony Pisarri
*Jeff Clark
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Re: pick box size

12-02-2004 10:04 AM in reply to: *Anthony S. Pisarri, P.E.
Have you tried: Options Drafting tab Aperture Size ?? ...is that where your changing it? (tools>customize) also, on the Selection tab is Pickbox Size......... Also, you can type "Aperture" and "Pickbox" at the command prompt....... "Anthony S. Pisarri, P.E." wrote in message news:41af5473_1@newsprd01... Hi group... I'm having a problem with the size of the pick box in the middle of the crosshairs. For some reason, it's quite small and when I try to enlarge it using Tools>Customize, I make the box bigger, but the changes won't take. The pick box remains small. This just started happening and I haven't done anything different. I have AutoCAD 2002, LDD 3, and Win XP Pro with SP-2. Thanks for your help, Tony Pisarri
*Anthony S. Pisarri, P.E.
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Re: pick box size

12-02-2004 01:23 PM in reply to: *Anthony S. Pisarri, P.E.
Jeff... Thanks a lot. It was in the selection, pick box size where I was able to correct the problem. I have no idea how it changed. All I can say is I thank you and my optometrist thanks you...I was going blind...LOL. Tony Pisarri
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