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    Default How to scal drawing

    I draw a room with 4m x 6m in Auto Cad 2002, this drawing is too big for A4. I want to use scale of 1:100, what can I do?
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    Hi,

    welcome to the Forum! Check out the Tutorials part of this site and for this specific question go to:

    http://www.cadtutor.net/tutorials/au...e-exercise.php

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    In the scale menu where you choose scales, add a custom. I don't know if you can do this in 2002 but you can in 2008.
    Using Inventor 2010, on chapter 20 of 12th edition Technical Drawing book.

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