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*Paul F. Aubin
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Curtain Wall Grid Spacing

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09-30-2005 08:26 AM
I am working on a Curtain Wall Type. I have found how I can set up a spacing
in Hor. and Ver. Can I set an A - B - A spacing, or some other non-equal
pattern without either drawing the grid lines manually or nesting other
Curtain Wall Types as panels? If I have to nest other panels that is fine, I
just wanted to see if I am missing something.

Thanks.

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Re: Curtain Wall Grid Spacing

09-30-2005 09:42 AM in reply to: *Paul F. Aubin
Doesn't sound like you are missing anything, nesting as you say will give you the A/B/A...just wilth a bit more effort.
*Paul F. Aubin
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Re: Curtain Wall Grid Spacing

09-30-2005 11:13 AM in reply to: *Paul F. Aubin
OK. Thanks.


wrote in message news:4972223@discussion.autodesk.com...
Doesn't sound like you are missing anything, nesting as you say will give
you the A/B/A...just wilth a bit more effort.
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