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Productivity Corner: Microstation Makes It Easy To Preview, Print Your Designs - MicroStation tutorial


Early in the design process, hard copy remains popular choice for collaboration. During all stages of design, you must be able to control print scale, which greatly affects certain design elements, such as text, cells, and dimensions. All in all, printing is a significant part of design.
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