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View Base / Paperspace copy

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    Posted: 29.Jun.2021 at 17:33
Good morning,

I am trying to convert my company from using TB in the model space and switching over to paperspace. I really like the viewbase system with how the details are referring to the same shape and it has an auto labeling system.

However, I was looking to have multiple paperspace drawings in the dwg file but when I try to copy the first layout it won't copy the viewbase profile I had on that page. It does take the dimensions though. Is there a way to have the viewbase profile transfer on a copied layout?

If there isn't I may have to switch to a viewport system, which is fine but I liked the perks of viewbase. Any info would be appreciated.

Thanks
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