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kbravo (Agricultural) (OP)
5 Aug 02 11:29
Does ANSI have standards for Title Block Size per Dwg Size, ie. A B C D size Drawings?

Does anybody have a set of Dwg Templates with Atributes that would be willing to share with me?
Please feel free to email to Kurtbravo@aol.com....

Thanks for your Help
FH (Mechanical)
5 Aug 02 23:36
Dear kbravo,

Search the "Templates" folder under your AutoCAD folder.
There is some template drawings for ANSI sheets in a.m.
folder.

:)
Farzad
cfee (Industrial)
7 Aug 02 10:45
iF THOSE DON'T MEET YOUR NEEDS, ESPECIALLY IF YOU'RE WANTING TO ADD ATTRIBUTES AND LAYERS TO A DRAWING, POST ANOTHER QUESTION HERE. We'll help.
Good Luck-
C.F.
kbravo (Agricultural) (OP)
7 Aug 02 11:19
I have looked through the AutoCad templates and the ones there have a border on them that I don't like...Just want a simple single line border, and title block that has the Atributes set up or that I can set up......

Thanks for all of your help..

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