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    AutoCad-2000_1246038037

    I downloaded this file here and was wondering if anyone knows how to get one part of the panel to print out full size because someone did not include it in this drawing to show up full size or full scale size. The drawing I want to print full size is Drawing 1. The Drawing 2 is showing how it is done and located down on the bottom bar and prints full scale size. Does anyone know how to do this in auto cad to edit file to print full scale.See Attachments7-21-2012 Drawing 1.jpg7-21-2012 Drawing 2.jpg
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    Re: AutoCad-2000_1246038037

    I can help i use autocad, just let me get it right what you want to do is prin full scale? Home printer i imagine?

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    Re: AutoCad-2000_1246038037

    No I have a Calcomp 5324 Techjet color printer. It uses roll paper 36" wide.If you will notice at the bottom of the autocad atachment #2 there different little boxes that contain seperate parts of main model.I can pick one of these and print it by exporting it into a PDF File then it will print full scale using 1'0"=1'0" in the paper settings.I need to create another box that contains the attachment # 2 and fits inside this box as the other ones do.I'm sure i'm not saying this right but I hope you can understand what I mean.
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    Re: AutoCad-2000_1246038037

    Ok i think i get it the first atachment is the model window the second is a layout window, what you want is to make a layout setup for you main model with scale 1:1?

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    Re: AutoCad-2000_1246038037

    That is correct.What I normally do is when I save it or export it to a PDF file I change the paper setting to 1'0"=1'0" and it will print out full scale.Thanks so much for your help.
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    Re: AutoCad-2000_1246038037

    Ok il try to tell you an easy way, if its in the same file were you have the main panel just go to the bottom were the MIP is do a right click and select move or copy, cheke the make copy box and and select move to the end. Once thas done you go to the copy you made and you are going to acces the view port and careful not to scroll the mouse whell couse it will change your scale, to enterr thviewport you have to doubleclick on the center of the layout and with the middle pres and hold to drag til you get you panel in sight, to leve the viewport doublle click outsise the paper layout , try to leve your zoom were you can see the page and a little outsise the page befor ypu enter the viewport becaus remember you canot scroll because youl change the scale, hope you can understand me. Let me know if you have any dought

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    Re: AutoCad-2000_1246038037

    I downloaded the file from this site in the file library section do you think you or someone else could edit the file and repost it in the download file library section.Here's the link where I downloaded it http://www.mycockpit.org/forums/down...p?do=cat&id=46 and here is the file to download fourth file down 737-AutoCad-2000_1246038037.dwg : Here is a very useful detailed CAD drawing for the B737! Cheers, Gwyn (3.08 MB). Do you think you could edit it and repost it for me or pm me with edited file?
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    Re: AutoCad-2000_1246038037

    Shure ill do it, i will post it

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    Re: AutoCad-2000_1246038037

    Thanks it's good to know that we have someone to count on when time is so important to us to those of us who may have so little time.

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    Re: AutoCad-2000_1246038037

    I modified the file and uploadeded, hope it was what you were trying to do, if not, let me know and i will try to help.
    i uploaded to the file section its just pending aproval, will pos link right away.

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