I had already tried resetting the axis. In doing so, it moved the axis back to the original position in the drawing and oriented my axes lines properly. BUT, my drawing was again skewed relative the axes lines – the issue I was trying to remedy (the drawing I am working on is based off imported geometry)
I may have misunderstood the axis in SketchUp. I was under the impression I could move the axis to a new position and that would ‘ground’ the drawing there, so to speak. It appears as though the best way to achieve the positional alignment I am looking for is to move the drawing to the axis and rotate it, rather than move the axis to the drawing. Is that a reasonable assessment?
If so, I see some potential drawbacks to this (e.g., hidden geometry ‘left behind’)
If not, what would be the better way to achieve this goal?