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Mon, Feb 18, 2008 at 10:00:18 PM | Titleblock Scaling

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I am having an issue with titleblocks and partial/composite plans. i have a large garage at 1/8" scale which was duplicated and divided into 4 partial dependant views. the partial plans are fine when placed into the titleblock sheets. however, the composite plan is too large at 1/8" scale. it needs to be 1/16" to fit inside the titleblock. changing the the "master" composite to 1/16" changed each of the dependant partial plans to 1/16" as well blowing up grid bubbles, text, etc. so the question is: can i scale the 1/8" composite plan to 1/16" to fit inside without effecting the partial plans or grids/text/etc?

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Mon, Feb 18, 2008 at 10:33:25 PM | Titleblock Scaling

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Why not duplicate the view with detailing and then rescale the new composite plan to 1/16".  The only downside is that any new notes you put on the plans won't show up on the composite plan.

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Mon, Feb 18, 2008 at 10:37:12 PM | Titleblock Scaling

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i've considered that as an option. just wanted to see what my options were...

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Mon, Feb 18, 2008 at 11:36:28 PM | Titleblock Scaling

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I was hoping that you could have different scales as well. After some thought I came to the conclusion that it shouldn't matter if I duplicate with detailing for the composite plan as much of the annotaion on the enlarged plans will not be shown on the composite plans anyway.

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Tue, Feb 19, 2008 at 12:41:15 AM | Titleblock Scaling

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I think that TJ has the correct idea. We have always just shown the floor plan (model elements only) in our key plan and then annotate the enlarged segments. It could have to do with the complexity of the plans that we are dealing with, but I wouldnt want to show all of my keynotes on the key plan. It would end up looking like mud.

 

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