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    Just signed on to Forum. Been in CAD since version 2.6
    Ref your post on folding drawings, I needed to fold 24 x 36 sheet into 8-1/2 x 11 earlier, and completely forgot the nifty fold we once used. I can do a resulting 9 x 12 very easily, but to fit a standard 8-1/2 x 11 threw me a curve. Your help would be appreciated........Thanx
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    You can fold any size(however large it is) into a4 size.
    there is way to do it.
    we use to fold a1 sizes into a4 for filing in such away that without removing it from the file, u can open it to full size to view.
    i learnt it during my internship back in 1994.

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