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huiberts
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line scale problem in layouts

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10-22-2003 07:11 PM
In layout 1 the dash-dot line shows and prints as a continuos line. The same line is in lay-out 2 the expected dash-dot. What's the way to make it show the right way in my lay-out 1. The same printer is installed, the same linescales are used ?

Frank
*Klasson, Conny
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Re: line scale problem in layouts

10-22-2003 07:29 PM in reply to: huiberts
Is one of the lines zoomed out far?
Then you need to change the PSLTSCALE
to make the line type scales relative to paperspace.

Conny

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> In layout 1 the dash-dot line shows and prints as a continuos line. The
same line is in lay-out 2 the expected dash-dot. What's the way to make it
show the right way in my lay-out 1. The same printer is installed, the same
linescales are used ?
> Frank
>
*Byrnes, Dave
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Re: line scale problem in layouts

10-23-2003 05:25 AM in reply to: huiberts
Also, PSLTSCALE needs to be set for each
layout.
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In
layout 1 the dash-dot line shows and prints as a continuos line. The same line
is in lay-out 2 the expected dash-dot. What's the way to make it show the
right way in my lay-out 1. The same printer is installed, the same linescales
are used ?

Frank

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