Edit-Drawing-Scales-Dialog-Box

Edit Drawing Scales Dialog Box

Edit Drawing Scales Dialog Box

Controls the list of scales available for layout viewports, page layouts, and plotting.

List of Options

The following options are displayed.

Scale List

Displays the list of currently defined scales. Also displays temporary scales that
are imported when xrefs are attached. If a scale name is duplicated, but has a different
value, a number is appended to the name.

Add

Displays the Add Scale dialog box.

Press Tab to move between the fields of the scale being edited.

Edit

Displays the Edit Scale dialog box.

NOTE: You cannot edit temporary scales.

Move Up

Moves the currently selected scale in the scale list up one position.

Move Down

Moves the currently selected scale in the scale list down one position.

Delete

Removes the selected scale from the scale list.

NOTE:You cannot delete a scale that is referenced by an annotative object.

Reset

Deletes all custom scales and unused scales and restores the default list of scales
defined in the Default Scale List dialog box.

Learning AutoCad

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