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    Quote Originally Posted by Hondatek View Post
    On the home tab you will see "scale". Under mirror. See it? Follow prompts.
    Yeah I saw the scale button but I guess its the prompts that are confusing. Where is the base point supposed to be? I can't seem to change it like the book calls it out ex. 1:1, 10:1, 40:1 etc...Also is it supposed t obe just around the layout of the entire village or what? The book seems very vague in a lot of these.

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    The basepoint can be wherever you want it to be but a good CAD tech will usually pick somewhere on the geometry (a corner for example) using his/her OSnaps.

    P-F fails to mention the exact scale factor instead opting for the vague "scale to fit" description. Start with 40 and increase/decrease in units of 10.

    Of course the border is supposed to fit around the entire subdivision and adjacent roads. Anything else would look rather odd don't you think?
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    ReMark I cant begin to thank you enough for your brains. This thread and many of the others have GREATLY helped me this past week. My initial problem was just trying to find the lines because the drawing was so big and i thought i was doing something wrong. With your boundary and reference line tip was able to see the line! Then from there if i hit a snag i would refer back to here and the screenshots and images as well as the tree,north point, and bar scale blocks were very helpful tp speed the process up! I just cant thank you enough!!! I know i deffinetly will be back with the next drawing it will be the Structural project. Thank you thank you Remark!!
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    TN: I am glad to hear you found some of my replies helpful. Thank you for your kind words. And welcome to the CADTutor forum.

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    hey guys ineed help with this Oleson project can any one help me and would the info on here help me complete this project.i have just few days before course expire. link me [email]
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    There is more than enough information in this and some other threads about the Oleson Village project to complete it. If you have specific questions please ask and we'll try our best to answer them. It is better to have the conversation here than to exchange questions/answers via email as it benefits everyone who reads these posts.
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    hey remark,
    i have a copy of my project i hv started and need your help to know if im on track .send me ya email add so i can email u it. dont put the hole email add ,example remark@hot

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    I don't post my email address in the forums but I can post it where visitors to my profile can view it but I won't leave it displayed all day. When are you most likely to visit CADTutor?

    Where are you located?
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    REMARK ,
    im from the caribbean .email me i think ill be on cad like 7pm
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    I just sent you an email. You should remove your email address from your last post.
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