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Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 12:34:17 AM | Exporting to DWG and maintaining 0,0

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I am having an issue exporting to DWG and maintaining my 0,0 point.  When I export while using shared coordinate system I have no problem. Using shared coordinate keeps my building rotated to true north and located 0,0 where I want it.  When I export using Project Internal it keeps the rotation of project north but puts 0,0 in space.  When I export my drawings I want to have the DWG rotated towards Project North and keep the 0,0 in the same spot as the shared coordinates so my cosultants are all lined up.  Is this possible?  Please help me.  Thanks

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