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JasonO
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Annotation Plot Size - 3/32"?

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10-03-2000 07:39 AM
In our office we typically set out text height at 3/32". So in an 1/8" drawing our text is 9" high. My problem is with some of the tags. When I set my drawing scale to 1/8" it won't let me set the anno plot size to 3/32". It will only allow 1/16 or 1/8. Anyone have any ideas on how to get my tags to plot out at 3/32?
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Re: Annotation Plot Size - 3/32"?

10-03-2000 09:06 AM in reply to: JasonO
It sounds like linear precision is set to 1/16" instead of 1/32". From the Desktop menu, choose Drawing Setup and under the Units
tab check the linear precision setting. If you want to use an annotation plot size of 3/32", then your linear precision must be at
1/32" or lower.

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"JasonO" wrote in message news:ef47cf4.-1@WebX.SaUCah8kaAW...
> In our office we typically set out text height at 3/32". So in an 1/8" drawing our text is 9" high. My problem is with some of the
tags. When I set my drawing scale to 1/8" it won't let me set the anno plot size to 3/32". It will only allow 1/16 or 1/8. Anyone
have any ideas on how to get my tags to plot out at 3/32?
>
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JasonO
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10-03-2000 10:04 AM in reply to: JasonO
Thank you, Thank you

I knew it had to be something simple like that.

Jason
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HAMJAM
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09-05-2011 02:05 PM in reply to: JasonO

yep; thanks your solution worked for me too!

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