Any fix for this?
Design Review differ significantly. The output received from ADR would be almost
raster like, with all it's forth and shortcomings and not comparable to the plot
by an AutoCAD based application.
AutoCAD LT instead and then publish to DWF?
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<Renorick> wrote in messageHas
anyone else experienced a marked .dwf degradation of OLE objects such as an
Excel spreadsheet pasted in as the BOM? A direct plot from Autocad LT07 has
clean and crisp text in the BOM. An ADR 184.108.40.206 dwf plot made from the same
file shows text with a bad case of the jaggies, i.e. low resolution un-aliased
text. Any fix for this?
I don't know of any alternatives-I was hoping someone had a suggestion. A conversion to PDF of the same drawing produces the same low quality OLE text. This is an electrical control system, with several panel mechanicals, electrical ladder diagrams and control loop drawings for all the instrumentation. We need to make eight or nine sets of 85 drawings each for each submission. Since we can't batch print directly from Autocad, in order to keep reproduction quality the same as their contract drawings, we will have to open and individually print all seven or eight or nine sets of project files, dozens of pages each set. Here's hoping they won't reject them again...and yet again.
I was having the same problems when trying to print out DWF's that had excel OLE objects embedded.
My solution was very easy.
In AutoCAD plot/pagesetup, goto DWF eplot.pc3 and goto properties. Next goto Custom Properties.
Set Raster Image resolution. The higher the resolution the better the DWF. (remember to save the pc3 file or you will need to do this for all plots)
Also, I found that a super high resolution (1200dpi for me) resulted in having no Ole/picture/excel table being shown. So you need to play with the settings.