Your set of drawings for the studio apartment building would probably include a larger‐scale, more detailed drawing of the typical unit plan. You already have the beginnings of this drawing in the form of the
As you've seen, the notes and dimensions that you entered into the
file can be turned off or frozen in the
file so that they don't interfere with the graphics of the drawing. The
file can be part of another drawing file that contains more detailed information about the typical unit plan at a larger scale. To this new drawing, you can add notes, symbols, and dimensions. Whenever the
file is altered, you update its occurrence in the large‐scale drawing ...