CADVANCE NewsApril 2002 Issue 04:12 




VIRTUAL TABLET 2002 to be Included with CADVANCE 2002




FAQ's 







If you don't know the Smallest Unit in which a symbol was first created, place the symbol in a brand new drawing of smallest unit X. Then measure the symbol by selecting Utility / Object / QuerySize. The coordinate difference between the xcoordinates is the length of the symbol in the xdirection. The coordinate difference between the ycoordinates is the length of the symbol in the ydirection. If the xcoordinate length is too big by a factor of 3 (or if the ycoordinate is too big by a factor of 3), then you'll know that the symbol's original Smallest Unit was X*3. Here is a simple procedure as an example: 





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