15 years ago
I created our office's first Paper Space project this last week.
We've been working in Model space forever, (myself for the last
6 1/2 yrs). However I've run into a snag today. My boss wants
the overlapping areas around matchlines to be grayed out in color.
I would just as well clip the viewport at the matchline but he likes
to show some of the adjoining sheet on each sheet but he wants
it grayed in color. The only way I can figure to do this (we are
all still working in R-14 even though we have LDD 2000i in office)
is to copy the area and paste it into paperspace (after clipping the
viewport) and gray out everything. The problem here to me is
the main reason I wanted to move to paper was to "keep" the
layout (civil engineering) in tact and not have to split it up. If
I have to start copying things out of the layout then come
revision time I'm still going to have to recopy or re-edit everything
that is not in the main layout. Is there a way to work around