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joeac
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Paper space

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12-18-2011 01:22 PM

How do I create a 24x18 sheet in paper space for "dwf's" enabling me to use the "publish" command?

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pendean
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Re: Paper space

12-20-2011 03:24 PM in reply to: joeac

Is today your first time in AutoCAD? I ask so that anyone responding can tailor their responses correctly for your level of experience.

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Re: Paper space

12-21-2011 09:37 AM in reply to: joeac

No, I've been working w/ AutoCad for five or six years....

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Re: Paper space

12-21-2011 10:13 AM in reply to: joeac

Great: so, do you have an custom 24x18 paperspace Layout already created in your DWG file(s) ready to be published?

Or do you have an 24x18 paperspace Layout already defined in your master Template file?

 

Either can be set up for any plotter you have, even DWF plotter provided in R2006.

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Re: Paper space

12-21-2011 03:11 PM in reply to: joeac

Dean, I' pulled down the Arch D (36x24) from Template, Architectural Imperial and it's okay; but when I got the Ansi C

Title Block, it scaled 22x17 not 24x18. Is there a way this can be adjusted to the correct size?

 

Thanks,

 

Joe

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Re: Paper space

12-22-2011 09:31 AM in reply to: joeac

Dean, I finally figured it out and and now able to make any any sheet configuration with borders and title blocks that I need.

Needless to say, it's all written down in case there's a problem with memory. That's my memory! And if anyone else needs help with this, I can make the instruction sheet available. Later.........  Joe

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