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About Scaling Views in Layout Viewports

About Scaling Views in Layout Viewports

To scale each displayed view in output accurately, set the scale of each view relative
to paper space.

When you work in a layout, the scale factor of a view in a layout viewport represents
a ratio between the actual size of the model displayed in the viewport and the size
of the layout. The ratio is determined by dividing the paper space units by the model
space units. For example, for a quarter-scale drawing, the ratio would be a scale
factor of one paper space unit to four model space units, or 1:4.

You can change the view scale of the viewport using

  • The Properties palette
  • The XP option of the ZOOM command
  • The Viewports Scale on the status bar
NOTE:

  • Scaling or stretching the layout viewport border does not change the scale of the
    view within the viewport.
  • When creating a new drawing based on a template, the scales in the template are used
    in the new drawing. The scales in the user profile are not imported.
  • You can modify the list of scales that are displayed in all view and plot scale lists
    with SCALELISTEDIT. After you add a new scale to the default scale list, you can use
    the Reset button in the Edit Drawing Scales dialog box to add the new scale to your
    drawing.

Annotative Objects and Scaling

Annotative objects are defined at a paper height instead of a model size and assigned
one or more scales. These objects are scaled based on the current annotation scale
setting and are automatically displayed at the correct size in the layout or when
plotted. The annotation scale controls the size of the annotative objects relative
to the model geometry in the drawing.

You can specify the default list of scales available for layout viewports, page layouts,
and plotting in Default Scale List dialog box.

For more information about annotation scaling, see Scale Annotations.

Learning AutoCad

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