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How do you do map cutting in AutoCad?  We have release 13.  I want to cut a drawing into 6 pieces (create six different drawings).
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crow_nv earned 300 total points
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Is it for printing?
If it is, I used big grid and printed
one cell. Rude but who cares.
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Thanks for the response, I found a great way using Lode Data with AutoCad. Yes, it was for printing.
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