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Paper Space

The Paper Space page lets you configure the margins and orientation of the paper space.

Command NameDescription
Format

Specifies a standard or custom paper format:

  • Viewport ratio - Defined by Height and the viewport width-to-height ratio.
  • Custom - Defined by Width and Height.
  • Standard formats - Defined by standard formats such as Letter and A4.

The paper size determines the relative limits of the scene. Actors managed in relative mode are adjusted according to these limits.

Width(Available when Format is Custom.) Specifies the paper width.
Height(Available when Format is Custom or Viewport ratio.) Specifies the paper height.
Orientation(Not available when Format is Viewport ratio.) Specifies the paper orientation:
  • Portrait
  • Landscape
SizeSpecifies default sizes:
  • Point size (measurement vertices, text point size)
  • Line width (markup redlining, attach lines, panel borders)
  • Arrow size (measurement arrow heads)
  • Font size
  • Coordinate system size
  • Measurement redline width


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