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    Here we are, a PDF for an A2 at 1 to 100 of the latest drawing.

    Perhaps the OP has gone home.
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    I think he stopped at the local chemist's for a big bottle of acetylsalicylic acid.
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    Hello! I didn't stop at the chemist but I did stop at the pub! Thank you for the A2 PDF Eldon, it's very much appreciated. As ReMark said, it would be useful to have the DWG in case there are some changes...

    I'm sending the PDF to the solicitor, so hopefully he approves it!

    Thank you all very much again for your help! I'll endeavour to learn more about AutoCad so I don't get into all this mess in the future.

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    Had some times this afternoon. Comment and criticism welcome.
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    H2O Original.dwg

    Sorry to drag up a previous issue. The council have now asked for the original plans for comparison. Why they don't already have them is beyond me...

    Again, this is super urgent and I still haven't had time to play with AutoCad enough to learn how to do this. If you could provide the same as before, but with the attached DWG Eldon, I would be extremely grateful!

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    Here it is. I have also attached your drawing with the frame and scale bar included. I plotted the PDF with DWG Trueview from model space, with a window and scale 1 to 10.

    Do not rely on such service in future. Take time to learn the basics such as producing a PDF to scale!
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    Eldon, you sir, are a legend! Thank you so much for the quick response.

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    I think you owe eldon a case of beer for going "above and beyond". There's a difference between free help and pulling one's backside out of the fire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    I think you owe eldon a case of beer for going "above and beyond". There's a difference between free help and pulling one's backside out of the fire.
    I think you're right! I think I finally managed to figure out how to do it myself now, so this will be the last time I bother you, Eldon!

    Thanks again for everyone's help

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