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Re: sheet numbering conventions

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Mark Johnson wrote:
This GSA CAD Standards thing is interesting, if not
totally useful.

There is this table on page 17 which looks like other
numbering systems I've seen:

Sheet Type Designators
0 General (symbols, legends, notes, etc.)
1 Plans (horizontal views)
2 Elevations (vertical views)
3 Sections (sectional views)
4 Large Scale Views (plans, elevations, or sections
that are not details)
5 Details
6 Schedules and Diagrams
7 User Defined
8 User Defined
9 3D Representations (isometrics, perspectives,

Mark Johnson PE

The AIA's "Handbook of Professional Practice" has the same numbering system.

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