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Units of the Layout

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    Posted: 23.Sep.2017 at 15:33
Hi all,

I have working on file which is SavedAs from other file, maybe not genuine AutoCAD's file. I come to Layout modeling stage. I choose A1 paper size. Setup manager shows 840x594 mm. Thats OK. But in Paper view I decide to measure paper size. Ant it shows me 32x23. It is in inches if I'm right. Dimscale is OK. Units are decimal... 

The question - where is the problem and how to return it back to Metric world?
thank you
Darius
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The problem most likely is that you opened the default drawing template file named acad.dwt (imperial units) rather than the one named acadiso.dwt (metric) or a similar metric drawing template.  Try again.
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