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Valued Contributor hlo
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hlo
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Save as - Drawing to PDF and JPG

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01-08-2013 09:55 PM

Hi

I need to convert a idw drawing to PDF and JPG, when save to PDF there are no problems

but when I do it for JPG it seem to be a screen dump and not similar to the PDF I only need the drawing exact as the PDF. Is there a way for this.

 

Regard

Henrik

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sam_m
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Re: Save as - Drawing to PDF and JPG

01-09-2013 12:29 AM in reply to: hlo

I use PDFCreator as my pdf-printer (previously found Inventor's own pdf-creation tools less than fantastic so have just stuck with a pdf-printer) - it has the ability to "print" to an image format as well as pdf, so it will create a jpg exactly the same as the pdf printout.  Might be worth giving it a try?

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Re: Save as - Drawing to PDF and JPG

01-09-2013 09:05 PM in reply to: sam_m

HI, I thanks for replaying, hopefully AutoDESK are correcting this feature in the future

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Henrik

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Re: Save as - Drawing to PDF and JPG

01-10-2013 12:23 AM in reply to: hlo

dumb question - why do you mark your own answer as the solution?  it's not, so why do it?  (kinda seems like a bug/exploit in the forum software if you're able to mark your own answer as a solution)

 

whether it's right of wrong the jpg/image output has always been a snapshot of the screen and not linked to the print-result.  It includes the background colour plus the sheet-colour in idw environment and the xyz triad in modelling environment.  Can just use an image-editing tool to crop the desired portion of the image if it's unsuitable.

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