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    Default Sheet creation template and different sheet sizes

    Hi all

    At the moment I have one dwt with all the sheet sizes on different tabs.

    I was wondering if this is the norm or if people have individual dwt files for each sheet size and what are the advantages of this.


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    Default Re: Sheet creation template and different sheet sizes

    I prefer to sue different settings for text styles, dimstyles, etc. when working on a letter size figure vs a full size sheet. And using full-size settings on an Ansi A piece of paper looks ridiculous, while using text height that is appropriate for AnsiA on a Arch D sheet becomes unreadable when the contractor prints to 11x17.

    So basically I try to have two, one for AnsiA-B, and one for everything larger.
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