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    Glad you got it sorted, but if it was just drawn with a different UCS then there was no need to redraw just copy everything whilst in the iso UCS then change to world ucs and paste, and then delete the first one (or cut and paste).

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    As far as I know, the Iso views are not a different plane. They are on the x-y plane. They are just a convenient construct with a 30 deg or 60 deg "Ortho" lock, and a fake ucs icon. One can change views all day and get nothing but a twisted up view of the original.
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