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3DHA 9: Diagonal lines on printout - 2/8/2008 10:48:43 PM   
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I'm using or rather trying to use 3DHA Home & Landscape Deluxe v9. I have a basic floor plan. When I print the plan I'm getting vertical lines accross the entire inside of my home. Then on either side of my exterior walls I'm getting a dash line. My dementions are very hard to read with all these diaginal lines covering my floor plan. Any suggestions?

Thanks for any assistance. Keith




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RE: 3DHA 9: Diagonal lines on printout - 2/16/2008 3:13:18 AM   
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Hello ekh3206,

I had the same problem. It seems to me that the dashed lines around the exterior walls on the first floor indicate the foundation footer and the diagonal lines would represent the concrete floor since they only appear on the first floor. What I did was open a new file and drew my first floor as the second floor then printed it out. The dashed and diagonal lines did not appear on the drawing. This is more of a workaround than a solution. Hope it helps.

Rick

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