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arkman
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PDF Printing Issue - Drawing Rotation

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12-08-2011 11:36 AM

I'm going to try and explain this the best I can.

 

We recently upgraded computers and upgraded to autocad LT 2012.  We used to use autocad LT 2011.  With the only system I used acrobat X standard to print pdf's.  I'm using the same program with the new system/version of autocad.

 

It used to be that when I was at the standard autocad plot dialog box under "Drawing Orientation" I could select Portrait or Landscape.  When I did the is the litte prview box with the paper size would rotate and the drawing rotate with it.  So if I changed the orientation to landscape the drawing would plot to pdf correctly.

 

Now when I change the orientation the paper changes in the preview but the actual drawing doesn't rotate to fit the page orientation.  I'm not sure if that makes sense or not.

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pendean
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Re: PDF Printing Issue - Drawing Rotation

12-09-2011 04:40 AM in reply to: arkman

Are you sure 2011 did not have a custom PC3 file that you need to copy over and use in 2012?

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arkman
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Re: PDF Printing Issue - Drawing Rotation

12-09-2011 06:31 AM in reply to: arkman

I'm fairly certain there wasn't one.  The only person in the office that could do thta is me, and I don't ever remember doing it.

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