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Hey everyone, im currently using autocad 2006 and i only know some of the basics, like drawing 2d prints and so forth... so heres my question im trying to change the linetype of an existing line so when i click on its properties of my existing line and change the linetype to what i want, it doesnt show the change on the screen.

I think i may have a good understanding of why it wont show the new linetype and i think its because of the scale of my linetype that im trying to add so my question to you guys is how do i change the scale of the linetype so that it puts into that existing line.

Any help would be appreciated

RE: Newbie here

Check out forum555 (Autocad forum). This forum is for Programming language engineering questions

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