So I went into AutoCad 2013 and built 2400 rectangles (a 40 X 60 grid) with numbers from 40:00 to 00:00. What a tedious undertaking, but I got it done in under an hour. Then I built a layout with a rectangle with the same aspect ratio as my boxes and copied the layout 60 times (40:00 to 39:01). Now I can (and did) print all the layouts into a .pdf. I can go into PhotoShop and extract the layouts into layers that I can then animate into a .gif that comes into PowerPoint clean, easy, reliable, and small. An incredible amount of computing horsepower and time to do a trivial thing.
Anyone got an idea of a less stupid way to do this?
David Simpson, PE
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