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    Setting Coordinates With Scale on AutoCAD Drawing

    Good Day!...everyone,

    Need help...I want to prepare on AutoCad drawing (2014), how to set coordinates i,e (Scale 1:50), creating Easting & Northing, thru step by step settings.

    Thanking in advance for any help.

    Rick

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    First, all your model space geometry should be drawn full size and not "to scale" as one might do manually on a drafting board.

    Second, switch to a layout, create a viewport and assign it a scale.

    Are you working in metric or imperial units?
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    Kyle,

    Thank's & I appreciate your help, actually I already resolved by my own.

    Regards,

    Ric



    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Reese View Post
    First, all your model space geometry should be drawn full size and not "to scale" as one might do manually on a drafting board.

    Second, switch to a layout, create a viewport and assign it a scale.

    Are you working in metric or imperial units?

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