What is a Sheet Model?
A type of model that serves as an electronic drawing sheet. It typically consists of design model references that are scaled and positioned to create a printable drawing. By default, the view windows of a sheet model have white backgrounds. When you create a new sheet model, you see a rectangle with grey background; this is called as "Sheet Boundary". You can associate a sheet border attachment containing title block to the boundary.
Sheet Boundary tool:
You can manipulate sheet boundary using Sheet Boundary tool.
This tool can be invoked by following ways:
Using this tool, you can manipulate various settings related to sheet boundary like Move, Rotate, Change Size, Change Annotation Scale and Associate Border file.
NOTE: Sheet boundary is a property of sheet models only. They are not part of design and drawing models.
Let's see tool options one by one:
Once you set up a sheet model as desired, you can use it as seed model for creating new sheets. In the new sheets, MicroStation will attach and associate the same border file
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