Schedule Symbol Line weights


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Hi,

I am trying to figure out how to change the line weights of the 2D symbols in a schedule.

I create a schedule in a CAD detail, send it to the layout, and scale it to appropriately fit the page.

However, when I print the layout, the 2D symbols look extremely thick. How can I make the line weights of the symbols thinner?

I've tried editing within the schedule, and changing the text height to a smaller size (1"), which this works to make the symbols thinner, but then the text is too hard to read.

Also, is there a way to make a schedule have multiple columns?

Thanks!!

 

 

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Reduce your Electrical Layer Line weight.  Default is 25 I think.  Try something like 6 or 10 but make sure it is still ok in your plan as it will effect that too unfortunately.  Add columns by opening the Schedule DBX.

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