Setting scale

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Hi folks,
I wonder if I am able to set scale of 1:200 for using in site plan detailing for
building consent process. I have found the setting holds but I am unable to use
the selfmeasure tool at all.
Your advice plse.
Much obliged,
Al down under.
2 REPLIES

Re: Setting scale

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I will assume that on the 2D Model sheet, the site plan is at full scale and
that on the Working Sheet, you placed the scaled 2D Model View. If that is
the case, the Measure command will only report the correct measurement in
the 2D Model sheet as it does not auto scale. As a workaround, you can
place temporary dimensions which will auto scale.
--
Ken
http://grundey.blogspot.com
"Alistair Hawkes" wrote in message
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>
> Hi folks,
> I wonder if I am able to set scale of 1:200 for using in site plan
> detailing for
> building consent process. I have found the setting holds but I am unable
> to use
> the selfmeasure tool at all.
> Your advice plse.
> Much obliged,
> Al down under.


Re: Setting scale

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Thanks 4 that info.
I'm a complete newby 62yr old and trying to come to terms with a complete new
drawing concept.
Will delve into this further.
Thanks

"PellaKen" wrote:
>I will assume that on the 2D Model sheet, the site plan is at full scale and
>
>that on the Working Sheet, you placed the scaled 2D Model View. If that is
>
>the case, the Measure command will only report the correct measurement in
>
>the 2D Model sheet as it does not auto scale. As a workaround, you can
>place temporary dimensions which will auto scale.
>
>--
>Ken
>http://grundey.blogspot.com
>
>"Alistair Hawkes" wrote in message
>news:48ec50a6$1@bbsnotes.ugs.com...
>>
>> Hi folks,
>> I wonder if I am able to set scale of 1:200 for using in site plan
>> detailing for
>> building consent process. I have found the setting holds but I am unable

>
>> to use
>> the selfmeasure tool at all.
>> Your advice plse.
>> Much obliged,
>> Al down under.

>
>
Much obliged,
Al down under.