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Tue, Oct 23, 2012 at 4:06:21 AM | scale check

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Hi guys i have drawn some planes in a bigger scale like at a scale of 1:50 and now i changed my mind and want it to be at scale of 1:100 to fit my title block, the problem is when i change the planes scale to what i want it to be which is 1:100 ALL my grid pubbles and annotation even my dimensions be out of poperation just too big?

how can i manage to acheive this very fast? have any1 been in this problem before

many thanks in advance


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Tue, Oct 23, 2012 at 10:05:08 AM | scale check

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in my template i have different size doortag, roomtags, text,...

 

so with about 5-10 times doing, select all instances and swapping to a smaller size family i get this job done,


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