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  1. I'm rather new to this, so hopefully this a rather basic question (with a rather simple answer). After creating a design in plan view, using fills, patterns, hatches, etc..., how do I then go back to plan view (or top view) after extruding polygons and rendering? I generally like to start going into 3D after doing some basic plans(so that I can render, and also start to get a sense of space, proportion and material). But when I want to go back to plan view for simple presentations using fills, I can't. What am I missing? Please help! T
  2. I'm rather new to this, so hopefully this a rather basic question (with a rather simple answer). After creating a design in plan view, using fills, patterns, hatches, etc..., how do I then go back to what is essentially still a plan view of polygons after I have extruded these polygons into 3D? I generally like to start going into 3D after doing some basic plans(so that I can render, and also start to get a sense of space, proportion and material). But when I want to go back to plan view for simple presentations using fills, I can't. What am I missing? Please help! T
  3. Thanks Peter, I am going to try messing with it some more. I've been having fun just designing on it. What is new in the 12.0.1 upgrade? Anything worth while? Todd Hall
  4. New to VW v.12. Trying to import DWG file from my civil engineer (a land survey). Image that loads is microscopic. How do I enlarge this to fit in my drawing space, and can I use this as a first layer that I can build upon to do design work? Any info will be greatly appreciated. Look forward to having enough working knowledge to be able to help others. Thanks creopate

 

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