I'm using Microstation V8i SS4. I don't know what happened when I open one of my sheet file to print, it just had a rotation, all crooked. I'm not sure why is it happenned, one of my attached files was beeing used for other person, what to do to this unwanted rotation happend?
It seems to me that someone oriented a view to "top". Do you know the original orientation of the sheet in question? Is your drawing actually a sheet or a model rotation with a border attached?
Mark, my sheet files are in 2D, no orientation and no rotation, my attached files are in model space and 3D though.
This doesn't solve how it got this way, but you can just rotate the view, either by two points or by element to get it back to "square"
Microstation 08.11.09.829Power GeoPak 08.11.09.878Power InRoads 08.11.07.615
Mary, this sheet file is 2D, there is no view rotation option.
Even 2D views can be rotated, just about the Z axis.
Charles (Chuck) Rheault CADD Manager
MDOT State Highway Administration
It's such hassle to rotate everything back to straight. It shouldn't happen.
The only recourse may be to tell the other members of your team that they can never get into your sheets, or to remind them to not mess around with the views. The software can't tell which commands people really didn't mean to give - it's a computer, and it assumes that any command was given intentionally. I've had plenty of messes to clean up from well-intentioned coworkers...but I can't blame the software for doing what they told it to do.