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Old 22-09-2003, 17:24
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Default DYNAMIC DIMENSIONING w/ different scaled pages?

Currently I use CorelDRAW9 to create drawing packages (multipages in one file) at different scales (such as 8.5"x11" sheet drawings). The problem is when I use DYNAMIC AUTO-DIMENSIONING and change to another page and also to the scale that page is on...the DYNAMIC DIMENSIONS also change. The ONLY way currently is to click each dimension INDIVIDUALLY, and unclick "DYNAMIC".... obviously a draw back. I've tried to make a corelscript with no luck (EDIT, FIND OBJECTS... then unclick DYNAMIC each). I have talked to many of other Corel users that have this same problem...and MOST of them create dimensioning manually just because of this. (ugggh!) (or you would have to stay locked to one scale per file) So ANY help would GREATLY be appreciated!!! : )

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Old 22-09-2003, 17:31
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Default v9!

oh yeah...at least coreldraw v9 version please? I have used both CD10 and 11 and much happier with v9's stability etc. (maybe cd11 SP2 will finally solve things).

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Old 23-09-2003, 09:05
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Default Re: DYNAMIC DIMENSIONING w/ different scaled pages?

Unfortunately automation for dimensions is not supported in CorelDRAW yet. You will need to use CorelDESIGNER 10 to automate dimensions, or wait till CorelDRAW 12 is released...

Sorry, there is no way you can do it in Draw 9 (or later for that matter).
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