If the DWG is not in the right location, always ask the stakeholders to send a new file updated with the local coordinate system. This is due to it’s their delivery which the other stakeholders shouldn’t edit.
But if it’s ok, or in a rush, it’s possible to manually update the DWG. For this to be possible it’s necessary to have an AutoCAD LT or AutoCAD. DWG TrueVIEW doesn’t work.
The project (DWG) must have a known point, where the coordinate 0,0 should be in the project. Could be an X or something similar in the project.
Check the coordinates in the DWG, to check whether the entire project has the right coordinates, or something is “out in space” far off.
In the command row, write ID.
To move the entire model, use ctrl + A to select every object in the model.
Check if there is a solid square out in space, this would suggest that something is far away.
Otherwise use Move by typing M, and snap in the center of the local origo (the X in this view)
Move the cursor a little bit and write 0,0 and enter.
If this doesn’t work, make sure dynamic input is turned off. See below.
Note: Make sure that dynamic input is turned off.
This button should be turned off