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    Posted: 01.Mar.2018 at 14:17
I am new to AutoCAD,
Where can I get different sheet sets I would like a sheet set with all the information on the bottom of the A3 paper as a pose to the sides. Does anyone have such a sheet dwt I have manufacturing architectural and civil.

Can anyone help or can I do my own and save it.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote John Connor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 01.Mar.2018 at 14:32
Could you be referring to a drawing template with title block and border by any chance? 
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If you don't like any of the templates that come shipped with AutoCAD you can always create your own.  The advantage is you can preset content and customize settings to suit your needs.
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Where is the best place to start
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You can start with one of the templates that comes with AutoCAD.

You are working in metric units correct?  If so, then you want to use a metric based template file and not the default template file (acad.dwt) which uses imperial units.

Forum members have also uploaded their own versions of title block/border template files.  Look in the CAD/BIM Blocks section under Architecture > Templates.  They may not be suited for civil work since layering conventions and scalelists might be different between different disciplines.


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