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Hello and welcome back to our AutoCAD Architecture 2008 CAD clips. I am getting you up to date with all the new features. We are talking about annotative objects and annotations which are are really nice new feature that we appreciate and with it, we can use paper spaces well to further enhance it. We have all kinds list routines and fancy little macros to do a lot of what is now been fixed with the finally with this annotation scale.
So in paper space it takes a two step further if we go on to our paper space and we if cannot see those you can go back in to here and you can right click down here below and turn on the visibility of your model and paper space tabs. In inside of here we have two view ports, if I click on a view port now we will see that first of all we can unlock the view port that way you know we cannot go inside and zoom with that is one new feature there but that is not related to the scale and now we have view port scales.
So either form within the view port okay or from outside the view port, if you click the view port you can set the view port scale. The zoom scale to be you know whatever you want say a quarter inch. Oh that did not move, let us try something else. Let us go 316 okay. Now you will the annotation update one eight of an inch of a sudden the annotation comes back, 330 seconds annotation disappears again. 16th of an inch annotation comes back.
So those annotations okay are associated to the different scales. So I can do that from clicking on the view port or I can go into the view port and send it back to be one eight of an inch equals one foot. It is always a good idea to position yourself centered on what you want first before you go in and hit your zoom scale okay your view port scale and then the annotations follow the rules we explained in the previous lessons which is do they show or do they not show.
Now double clicking out here gets me out of the view port and we have our same two buttons on here which is you know show me only the objects that are reading this annotation. If I click on here this has an annotation scale. When I click on here this has an annotation.
Now notice that you can click both and they vary and I can turnaround and set both of these to the same scale annotation and view port and then it will update. Sometimes you will find the annotations do not update the way you want and what I find the result is I try a REGEN and REGEN all in the easiest way.
Sometimes just to go in here and reselect your scale factors for your view port and your annotation and then all of a sudden you will see the just. So sometimes a REGEN does not work and if your dimensions or you annotations are kind of go and wonky on you they are not behaving the way you expect.
Sometimes it is a matter of going back here and resetting your annotation and your view port scale to be this way. And I also notice that when you change your annotation scale here in fact to the changes your view port scale at the same time. If I go into here and let us double click, I click on here and I go to annotation scale and I set this to be an eight of an inch, it zooms it and also sets the view port scale at the same time. So that is a nice feature.
So again we can have them different okay so this view port can have one view port scale and annotation scale, you can vary them okay. I can have the view port scale independently of the annotation scale oh looks like that they are following so either must be a set bar somewhere in their options that lock these two objects, I have not found that yet. So I am sure that is what that is.
So these two are talking to each other and then from their on in it is a matter of each individual object when we right click and we go down into the annotative management which scales they have been set to use. And there from there it is a matter of using these buttons down inside of here. So paper space, we love and now we can manage our view ports independently by selecting here and setting our annotation and view port scale. And if the annotation is using that scale it will show up and if the annotation is not set to use that scale it will disappear and then we can say oh, I want to see it.
Anyway I pick on this button and this button simply turns everything on regardless for all the view ports. And remember you can always click on here and do more than one view port at a time. We have also got a new view port option just off screen here, if you click on here you will see that if you have selected a view port and you click on here you will notice that you have the view port scale so you can turn the visibility of this on and off if you want to by right clicking on our pull down menu over here.