I changed a layout template from paper space to model space and modified it. So far so good. Now I want to put it back into paper space so I can apply it to other files in the future.
How do I do this?
My question was, "How do I put it back in paper space". I know how to save a template.
I must be doing something wrong. I did that and nothing happened, except that I was now looking at paper space, with nothing in it so I went back to model space and typed it in again and it was still set to 1.
The only change I made to the layout once I had it in model space was to add a logo. Before I do too much work I want to know I can put it back. The logo is a jpeg.
TILEMODE set to 1 = Modelspace.
TILEMODE set to 0 = Paperspace.
What is it that you're trying to accomplish once you're in Paperspace?
I want to move the *model* to paperspace, not just my screen. Once I have saved the document as a template I can apply that layout to other files, but to do that I have to move the model back to paper space. I moved an exising layout to model space using "Change space". I tried repeating this in model space and I got an error saying it couldn't be done the first time, and no response at all the second time. I have tried selecting the whole model first, but I can't seem to move it back.
Why can't you understand me? I though my initial question was clear. I'm beginning to wonder if you understand the question perfectly and you're just having a laugh at my expense.
Well that is easy... simply Cut & Paste it back into Paperspace, but you might have to scale it depending on if the Viewport you used the CHSPACE command on was scaled or not.
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OK. Got ya. It was my fault for not knowing the terminology. I thought a title block was just text. I've got more to learn about this. I'll give the cut and paste thing a go now.