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Topic Closedmodel/paper space button

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Tommie_D70 View Drop Down
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Direct Link To This Post Topic: model/paper space button
    Posted: 14.Mar.2008 at 13:47
Somehow I lost the button that toogles model space and paper space. How do I get it back? I'm resorting to typing the change space and it's a hassle.
Tom Dunne
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Vladimir Michl View Drop Down
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14.Mar.2008 at 13:59
Click on the small black down-arrow on the bottom right of AutoCAD window and check the Model/Paper display there.
Vladimir Michl (moderator)
CAD Studio - www.cadstudio.cz - Autodesk reseller
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14.Mar.2008 at 14:02
Thanks much! You made my day!
Tom Dunne
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