jlcstocker wrote: ↑
Mon Dec 02, 2019 2:41 pm
Literally all I want to do is increase the scale, add some text notes and dimensions.
I have been doing this for the last 20 years without details or worksheets.
All you need is an annotation layer for each scale.
Create a layer combination for each scale using the appropriate annotation layer as well as the main model layers (which are common for all scales).
If you need to you can create a layer combination for just the model (no annotation) and a combination for each annotation layer (scale) on its own.
Then create a plan view for each of these layer combinations.
Now you can place the model view and crop it for say individual room layouts.
Then overlay the annotation view over the top.
Repeat for each scale that you need.
I posted a detailed method for this here many years ago.
I will try to find it for you later and will post a link.
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