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    Good CAD drafting habits would go a long ways towards negating the problem in the first place.
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    Couldn't agree more. Kinds feels like i am being judged lol. In my defense, this is a problem that has arisen only in the last couple of weeks. All of the problems are contained in files that are brought in from an outside source, typically these are architectural floor plans which have been drawn using Revit. I know very little about Revit, so I don't know if it is some issue with the conversion to a dwg file, or if it is just some intrinsic data in there that carries over. Now I know what the problem is, I have suggested we now flatten and overkill everything before we bring it into our drawings. At any rate, i really appreciate the help.

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    Drawings from outside sources can be quite problematic. It still amazes me as to what passes for a good CAD drawing in some companies.
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