MVSETUP-on-a-Named-Layout-in-Paper-Space

MVSETUP on a Named Layout in Paper Space

    MVSETUP on a Named Layout in Paper Space

    On a named layout, in paper space, you can insert a predefined title block into the
    drawing and create a set of layout viewports within the title block area.

    You can specify a global scale as the ratio between the scale of the title block in
    the layout and what you have created in model space.

    To easily specify all layout page settings and prepare your drawing for plotting,
    you can also use the Page Setup Manager.

    When the TILEMODE system variable is off, or when you enter y or press Enter at the Enable Paper Space prompt, the following prompts are displayed.

    Align

    Pans the view in a viewport so that it aligns with a base point in another viewport.
    The current viewport is the viewport that the other point moves to.

    Angled

    Pans the view in a viewport in a specified direction.

    The next two prompts specify the distance and angle from the base point to the second
    point.

    Horizontal

    Pans the view in one viewport until it aligns horizontally with a base point in another
    viewport. This option should be used only if the two viewports are oriented horizontally.
    Otherwise, the view might be panned outside the limits of the viewport.

    Vertical alignment

    Pans the view in one viewport until it aligns vertically with a base point in another
    viewport. This option should be used only if the two viewports are oriented vertically.
    Otherwise, the view might be panned outside the limits of the viewport.

    Rotate view

    Rotates the view in a viewport about a base point.

    Undo

    Reverses operations performed in the current MVSETUP session.

    Create

    Creates viewports.

    Delete objects

    Deletes existing layout viewports.

    Create viewports

    Displays options for creating layout viewports.

    Layout number to load

    Controls creation of layout viewports.

    Entering 0 or pressing Enter creates no layout viewports.

    Entering 1 creates a single layout viewport whose size is determined by the following prompts.

    Entering 2 creates four layout viewports by dividing a specified area into quadrants. You are
    prompted for the area to be divided and the distance between the viewports.

    The viewing angle for each quadrant is set as shown in the table.

    Standard engineering viewports

    Quadrant

    View

    Upper-left

    Top (XY plane of UCS)

    Upper-right

    SE isometric view

    Lower-left

    Front (XZ plane of UCS)

    Lower-right

    Right side (YZ plane of UCS)

    Entering 3 defines a matrix of layout viewports along the X and Y axes. Specifying points at the next two prompts defines the rectangular area that
    contains the layout viewports. If you have inserted a title block, the Specify First
    Corner prompt also includes an option for selecting a default area.

    If you enter more than one viewport in each direction, prompts are displayed for entering
    distances between the layout viewports in the X and Y directions.

    The array of viewports is inserted into the defined area.

    Redisplay

    Redisplays the list of viewport layout options.

    Undo

    Reverses operations performed in the current MVSETUP session.

    Scale viewports

    Adjusts the zoom scale factor of the objects displayed in the layout viewports. The
    zoom scale factor is a ratio between the scale of the border in paper space and the
    scale of the drawing objects displayed in the viewports.

    Interactively

    Selects one layout viewport at a time and displays the following prompts for each:

    For example, for an engineering drawing at a scale of 1:4, or quarter scale, enter
    1 for paper space units and 4 for model space units.

    Uniform

    Sets the same scale factor for all layout viewports.

    Options

    Sets the MVSETUP preferences before you change your drawing.

    Layer

    Specifies a layer on which to insert the title block.

    Limits

    Specifies whether to reset the grid limits to the drawing extents after a title block
    has been inserted.

    Units

    Specifies whether the sizes and point locations are translated to inch or millimeter
    paper units.

    Xref

    Specifies whether the title block is inserted or externally referenced.

    Title block

    Prepares paper space, orients the drawing by setting the origin, and creates a drawing
    border and a title block.

    Delete objects

    Deletes objects from paper space.

    Origin

    Relocates the origin point for this layout.

    Undo

    Reverses operations performed in the current MVSETUP session.

    Insert

    Displays title block options.

    Title block to load

    Inserts a border and a title block. Entering 0 or pressing Enter inserts no border. Entering 1 through 13 creates a standard border of the appropriate size. The list includes ANSI and DIN/ISO
    standard sheets.

    Add

    Adds title block options to the list. Selecting this option prompts you to enter the
    title block description to be displayed in the list and the name of a drawing to insert.

    A line similar to the following example is added after the last entry in the mvsetup.dfs default file:

    A/E (24 x 18in),arch-b.dwg,(1.12 0.99 0.00),(18.63 17.02 0.00),in

    The last field of the line specifies whether the title block has been created in inches
    or in millimeters. The units field allows title blocks created in either unit system
    to be changed by setting the unit type using the Options option.

    You can also add title blocks that have variable attributes.

    Delete

    Removes entries from the list.

    Redisplay

    Redisplays the list of title block options.

    Undo

    Reverses operations performed in the current MVSETUP session.

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