How does one scale a drawing to 100:1?

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I'm new to Solid Edge, and can't find a way to scale to 100:1. I design watch parts
and this scale is common in the industry- makes it easy to check parts to a drawing
on a 100x optical comparator.
I've figured out (from past posts) how to scale, but the options listed only go
to 50:1. There must be a way to manually input the scale, no?
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Re: How does one scale a drawing to 100:1?

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In the ST version of Solid Edge, the defaults do go to 100:1 (and a new
feature allows specifying your own custom scales), but in V20, you will need
to place the view at some other scale, and then click on the view and use
the Scale Value field.
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Ken
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>
> I'm new to Solid Edge, and can't find a way to scale to 100:1. I design
> watch parts
> and this scale is common in the industry- makes it easy to check parts to
> a drawing
> on a 100x optical comparator.
>
> I've figured out (from past posts) how to scale, but the options listed
> only go
> to 50:1. There must be a way to manually input the scale, no?