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Draftsight Default Paper Space Sheet Size

Draftsight Default Paper Space Sheet Size

Draftsight Default Paper Space Sheet Size

Hi All,

I normally save SolidWorks drawings to .dwg format. While opening I use Draftsight for .dwg files. But when the drawings are saved in the .dwg format, the drawings are all bigger than the paper size (around 5-6 times the paper size). The drawing size is correct, which is A3 size. But the sheet size is very small. How can I set the default sheet size in Draftsight for ISO A3? So that when I open a drawing in Draftsight, it is scaled properly relative to the drawing. Thanks in advance.



RE: Draftsight Default Paper Space Sheet Size

See thread 1480-390822. I think this may help. If it doesn't, I'll dig further.

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