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    using CANNOSCALE. set it to the exact same scale as the viewport; eg, if your viewport is scaled at 1:100, then your CANNOSCALE should be set to 1:100, etc etc

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    Thanks, mate, I will try that when I get back to the office. But if it doesn't work, guess what ?

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    just a quick one. when i do a dim command i get the measurement in mm how do i get it in m? i have changed my ddunits but no joy

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    refer to a post i made on page 1 of this thread (the one with the image in it)
    and just do things in reverse.

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    I think I have got a way around the text size in MS. We normally set everything up in MS, then when we are ready to start producing finished drawings, we create tabs and viewports, and go from there.

    Now we have to set up tabs and viewports straight away, and work in MS throught the viewports, that way everything looks how it should.

    As you said earlier about the introduction of PS, Blue. It just requires a slight change to your drawing practice, and all works well. And easy to adjust to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Cullen View Post
    Now we have to set up tabs and viewports straight away, and work in MS throught the viewports, that way everything looks how it should.
    Is that as a result of the tutorial I sent you ?

    That is the easiest way I have found of using the annotative features efficiently so far.

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