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    Is anyone discover the elective civil drafting plat 2-3 yet.?
    I was busy working up in the north slope(alaska) for the last 2 weeks just get back to town and didnt get chance for the past 2 weeks but i will see what i can do this week . I know i can figure it out it just been busy . Cheers . In the mean time if you see something just posted as any manner .

    Thanks .
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    OK...it appears that no one here has access to the project you are inquiring about.
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    That is nice!

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    This is not bothering, we call it moving the conversation farther .
    sorry if that is how you see it.

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    [QUOTE=solo8591;554002]This is not bothering, we call it moving the conversation farther .
    sorry if that is how you see it.

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    You got it Remark !!! that what I am trying to tell them.

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    Default electiv civil drafting plate 2-3 from PennFoster

    hey Remark , can you take me from this point to finish this thing up . see the attached file .

    thanks

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    You're asking me to help you with a project that I am not familiar with. My time today is limited (between donating blood and yard work). I'll try to take a look this afternoon (Saturday) before I head out for a job in the early evening. Best I can do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by solo8591 View Post
    hey Remark , can you take me from this point to finish this thing up . see the attached file .

    thanks
    I'm assuming that in the first PDF the blue and black, closely spaced lines, are supposed to be contours? Is that correct?
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