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*Monroy, Maria
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PLOT LOGS

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03-07-2003 05:13 AM
Does anyone know how to disable the plot logs? Thanks.
*johnson, dc
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Re: PLOT LOGS

03-07-2003 05:19 AM in reply to: *Monroy, Maria
go to your plot dialogue>plot device tab>setting (under plot stamp)>advanced
(bottom left corner) and uncheck create a log file

Maria Monroy wrote:
> Does anyone know how to disable the plot logs? Thanks.
>
>


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*Brown, Anne
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03-07-2003 10:05 AM in reply to: *Monroy, Maria
The original of this message with attached 3.5meg file has been
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Subject:
Re: PLOT LOGS
Date:
Fri, 7 Mar 2003 13:32:39 -0800
From:
"Maria Monroy"
Newsgroups:
autodesk.autocad.2002general

This is what I get I can't access that window.


File: win.bmp
*Toews, Greg
Message 4 of 4 (67 Views)

Re: PLOT LOGS

03-08-2003 06:07 AM in reply to: *Monroy, Maria
If you cannot access the dialog box then your PSS file is read-only or
corrupt. Do a search for "PSS" in this newsgroup and you will find more
info/help.

Greg

"Maria Monroy" wrote in message
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> Does anyone know how to disable the plot logs? Thanks.
>
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