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inventer 13 Drwing Line Weight

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I am working in Inventor 13.   I can't get the line weight down on the designed objects.  The border lines and title block lines are fine but the designed object line are heavy, and it is hard to see details in a print unless I blow it up.

I have unchecked "Display line weights".

There must be a way to make the lines into hair lines.
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I was hoping to get a quick answer.  Had to go with what I had.  I will go into drawing setting and see if I can figure something out.

Thanks
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