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    Default "Freeze in current viewport" does not work...

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    I cannot seem to get the "Frozen in current viewport" to work. I have the drawing in the model, I went to the layout1 page and added a viewport. I positioned the part of the drawing in the viewport and then selected the viewport. After that, I went to the format menu and slected layers. I clicked the icon to make a snowflake appear under the column 'Current VP Freeze'. I clicked ok and the layers that were supposedly frozen didn't go away. Aren't they supposed to not be visible?

    The status bar shows i'm in paper mode. I'm using Autocad 2000i. I did some searching on google and these forums, but I cannot find a solution.

    Thanks for any help.

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    You should be in model space, dbl-clk inside the viewport to make it active and try again.

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    Default that's it!

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    perfect! that was it. Thanks a ton!

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