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 Posted: Fri Mar 22nd, 2013 01:36 pm
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You must have been reading my mind Allan. I was about to start looking for plans on factory/warehouses for my layout. With the scale symbol on your plan here, it saves me trying to guess certain dimensions such as door and window sizes, distances between 1st floor/2nd floor etc.

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Gary wrote: You must have been reading my mind Allan. I was about to start looking for plans on factory/warehouses for my layout. With the scale symbol on your plan here, it saves me trying to guess certain dimensions such as door and window sizes, distances between 1st floor/2nd floor etc.

Cheers, Gary.

Any help Gary, just let me know.

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