I have a problem when I print documents regardless of the printer I use.
If the document is on the network, colors are printing in black.
But if I copy this document locally on my computer, colors are printing normally.
Have you got an idea ?
Note : I'm using AutoCAD 2012 LT
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Sorry for the belated reply.
I tested to print the document on a Canon iR-ADV C9075 and with PDF Creator. For the Canon, I use the installed Windows drivers on the printer server.
If I print the document which is on the network, colors are blacks regardless of the printer used, Canon or PDF Creator.
If I copy this document locally on my computer, colors are printing correctly.
My english is bad, so I'm not sure to understand the question. I'll trying to reformulate my answer.
The document I have to print is on the network. I print it with the system drivers, the same drivers which are used for Office documents, for exemple. In this case, colors are printing in black.
After that, I've copied the document localy on my disk. And in this case, if I print it, colors are printing normaly.
But in each case, I use the default printer settings. I don't use custom PC3 file.
It's obvious that there is a difference, but I don't see anything.
However, as it is a network printer, I think the drivers used are the same, regardless of where the file is located.
It's weird !
My problem is solved.
I don't know how to explain the solution because my version is in french.
When I want to print, there is a button at the right of the help button. It permits to see more options.
One of this option in french is called "Table des styles de tracé". When I select "none", it works.
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