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Hello everyone, this may be a dumb question but I've been struggling with it for a while now... So I am entering various drawings in (elevation, floor plan, site plan and several details. Since all of them require different scales, I am creating a viewport for each one. They all must go into a border/template which I also have in a viewport. HOWEVER, everytime I try to select the viewport which contain my drawings which I've made inside the border/template viewport, it wont select and rather highlights the border/template viewport-- only allowing me to edit/zoom into the border/template viewport. HELP! Should I not put the border/template into a viewport, and if not, how should I go about that (it is already scaled to fit my ArchD size paper.
I usually forgot to click or lock my viewport every time I work in AutoCad, so when I go back to paperspace boom I can not see the border of my viewport it was always entirely zoom at max so need to know how I can go back to paperspace without any zoom max or i can see again the border of my viewport, I usually make another layout but it's time consuming, any help is appreciated thanks in advance. (AutoCad 2005 that I used in my work).