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i want to plot actual sizes

Posted on 2008-06-21
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Hello

i need to plot drawing actuls sizes os i cna make templates

can anybody help
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If you make a box around your drawling that will be the same size as your plot, then once you click print, in AutoCad 2008, you can click Window, and draw a wndow around what you want to plot.  As far as I know this is the closest way to get actual sizes.  But it should work for you.
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