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    Thnx 4 the correction there paul, i think i had a brainmelt
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    Okay, The dimscale is at 1.0

    Thanks for that paulmcz

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    Quote Originally Posted by skipsophrenic View Post
    Thnx 4 the correction there paul, i think i had a brainmelt
    I wasn't trying to correct you. I didn't yet see your post when I decided to answer. Now that I read it, you didn't say anything that needed correction.
    The question remains, will Matt move on from this point?

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulmcz View Post
    I wasn't trying to correct you. I didn't yet see your post when I decided to answer. Now that I read it, you didn't say anything that needed correction.
    The question remains, will Matt move on from this point?
    Hope so, an thanx - havin hard day at work and its beginning to show i think
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    Sorry thought this was for addressing problems with autocad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt4 View Post
    Sorry thought this was for addressing problems with autocad.
    Yes, we try hard to address problems with AutoCAD. It's the OIEs that sometimes end up leading us done the road to frustration, and thus, sarcasm. Just roll with it. Anything else invites real negativity. Do you have any other concerns or problems left unaddressed at this point with AutoCAD or its commands?
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    ReMark, Nothing I can think of at this time. If I do I shall ask.

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    You're welcomed mr. matt. Should you have a new question I suggest posting it as a new thread in the proper forum as opposed to appending to this thread. Good luck with your drawing.
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