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  1. Hi, I have a drawing with lots of circles (all different sizes). I need to shrink all the circles by .1mm. I need an 'ugway' to help my autocad kung fu.
  2. I'm using cad 2013 and my boss needs something that appears smaller as it fades into the distance. it has occurred to me that I've always looked past the fact that autocad makes everything the same size (i.e. any circle drawn at 90mm will look the same in front view no matter how far you space them in top view). So the program doesn't give the natural "fading into the distance" effect. is there a way to make it look more realistic using a view or rendering or something that I am unaware of?
  3. hey guys, I have the following problem,I have to make movie in autocad 2012 for 3D project I have drawn. It's big building and the movie should be for about 1 minute presentation which I have to send to an e-mail (so no more than 10 mb) ,but when I make movie of 60 seconds the size of the file is way too big (about 20 mb). Is there a way to make smaller files or I should use another software? I have tryed all the three formats available in autocad.
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