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beeonn
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How to turn off Save List As Dialog when publishing drawing?

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04-18-2012 02:52 AM

Does anyone know how/which system variable to change such that the Save List As dialog box don't appear every time I click on the publish button?

 

Thanks!

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Silvia.Menon
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Re: How to turn off Save List As Dialog when publishing drawing?

04-20-2012 02:32 AM in reply to: beeonn

Hi,

 

if you check the "Always perform my current choice" option and click on "No", the "Save Sheet List" prompt will not be presented to you anymore.

 

save_as_list_dialog01.png

 

If you want to re-enable it, you can do this in the AutoCAD Options on the System tab. Click on "Hidden Messages Settings" and add a check next to "Publish".

 

save_as_list_dialog01.png

 

Hope this helps! :smileyhappy:

 

Best regards,

Silvia



Silvia Menon
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http://www.autodesk.com/autocad-support

 

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beeonn
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Re: How to turn off Save List As Dialog when publishing drawing?

04-22-2012 06:28 PM in reply to: Silvia.Menon

Hi,

 

Yes, I accidentally clicked on the wrong button when prompt the save list prompt :smileyfrustrated:

 

I did thought that maybe I could turn it back on in the Options, but I keep looking under the Plot & Publish Tab instead of System Tab.

Problem solved!

Thank you! :smileyvery-happy:

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