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I need to resize this site plan evenly on all sides to where the dimension you see here shows 200'-4 15/16.
I tried to use the multiple copy tool but not sure what to enter in to get the proper measurement I need.

 

I would appreciate any guidance anyone can give me

Thank You

 

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I would recommend the following:

  1. Temporarily switch both your number and dimension style to decimal feet or decimal inches.  These just make the calculations easier and more accurate.
  2. Group select your site plan objects and click on the Transform Replicate tool.
  3. Check Resize and use a resize factor of New Dimension/Old Dimension (new dimension divided by old dimension).

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24 minutes ago, Alaskan_Son said:

I would recommend the following:

  1. Temporarily switch both your number and dimension style to decimal feet or decimal inches.  These just make the calculations easier and more accurate.
  2. Group select your site plan objects and click on the Transform Replicate tool.
  3. Check Resize and use a resize factor of New Dimension/Old Dimension (new dimension divided by old dimension).

That worked perfectly! Thank You!

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I accidently saved this complicated site plan to version 12 and I need someone in version 10 to open it. Is there a way I can export a line drawing to an earlier version?

 

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Just now, builtright3 said:

I accidently saved this complicated site plan to version 12 and I need someone in version 10 to open it. Is there a way I can export a line drawing to an earlier version?

 

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Yes.  Just export those few required layers as an older DWG version.  Easy peasy.

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2 hours ago, Alaskan_Son said:

 

Yes.  Just export those few required layers as an older DWG version.  Easy peasy.

 

Thanks again! Your a life saver!

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