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    I have been fighting for 2 days with this thing,.....
    a member was the saving grace I overlooked the very obvious LTSCALE I was using 1.0 as a result the line was so big it could not be viewed in paperspace I got a post from the member 30 minutes after uploading the dwg. to a server for him to view and viola he posts back he solved it!!! the actual size was .1 that got it to show up in the viewport I tweaked it and found .03 works better but the fact is THIS FORUM IS THE BEST YET FOR THIS TYPE OF THING!!!!! THANX EVERYONE THAT REPLIED AND SUGGESTED !!!!!!!!!

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    Don't forget the free linetypes you were given, so a big thanks to Alan for that. The Linetypes are what helped solve it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLW210 View Post
    Don't forget the free linetypes you were given, so a big thanks to Alan for that. The Linetypes are what helped solve it.

    So last week Alan could do no right and this week Alan can do no wrong.


    ABSOLUTELY!! AGAIN THANX

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