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border made for A4 sheet,now i Need for A3,A2 sheet

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12-03-2012 05:20 AM

i made new borde for A4 sheet and now when i am shifting to A3 Or A1, border remains same as A4 sheet size only changing.kindly reffer the  image attached.Kindly solve

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Re: border made for A4 sheet,now i Need for A3,A2 sheet

12-03-2012 07:04 AM in reply to: viveksriramr

You would have to make a border for each size. Then if you want them to change automaticaly you will have to write some ilogic code to do this.


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Re: border made for A4 sheet,now i Need for A3,A2 sheet

12-03-2012 08:08 AM in reply to: viveksriramr

If you don't need for it to be fully automatic - the solution could be as simple as double clicking on the correct boarder in the Drawing Resources>Borders to change after-the-fact of creating or editing the sheet.

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Re: border made for A4 sheet,now i Need for A3,A2 sheet

12-03-2012 06:03 PM in reply to: viveksriramr

In your border definition, you can dimension the border from the sheet corners.  This will allow it to stretch with the sheet size, as long as you don't mind

 

Since we stick pretty close to the ASME standards, though, which have differing border widths for different sheet sizes, we are not able to take advantage of this.  We have five different border definitions.

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