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    Angry Change Units From imperial to metric

    Hello, i have started using Structural detailing for a few days now and i have been in a problem regarding the units. Basically the starting units are in imperial so no problem creating reinforcement plans, sections, etc. When i change from job preferences to metric the dimensions are all over the screen and can hardly see the reinforcement.Any help is very much appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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    Default Re: Change Units From imperial to metric

    The problem is that you've started with an Imperial Template.
    Click New and load RBCX-40 (which is the code for Romania). Also, the Active view is scale 1:20. You can change that scale in Object Inspector.

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    Default Re: Change Units From imperial to metric

    What is the starting template for USA
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