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    DWG Import Scaling with Horizontal + Vertical Scales

    I have a Drawing from a Civil Surveyor
    Its an AutoCAD DWG
    It shows me a Property Line, in Elevation showing the ups & downs

    Weird thing is, is that it have a Horizontal & Vertical Scale that are different (1:300 Horizontal & 1:150 Vertical)
    This is how Civil do there Drainage Lines so I can see why they have done it

    Is there a way that I can Scale up there Import within Revit to be To Scale & not have the Wonky Scales?

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    OK, YouTube to the rescue

    No Revit trick - Need to do this inside of ACAD
    Copy clip the Elements
    Paste them back in as a Block
    Select block & then non-uniform scale them in the Properties to whatever you want
    done

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