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jwolfer
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Revit 6.0 Printing Issue

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05-06-2004 05:49 AM
When batch printing from within Revit. We set up everything correctly, put check marks next to the sheets we want to print. Note, this is in the Selected/View Sheets option

For instance Sheets A.1 - A.12 are all selected in that order.

When they print out on the plotter, they print out of order, which requires a human to go back through and reshuffle all of the pages into the correct order.

for a job where we print 30 sets, this can become a major issue.

Anyone know of a fix for this?
*Wes Macaulay
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Re: Revit 6.0 Printing Issue

05-06-2004 08:04 AM in reply to: jwolfer
Yes - it was a problem which was fixed a while back. Download the latest build of Revit to make sure you're up to date: www.autodesk.com/revit --> Data and Downloads --> Product Trial & Downloads --> Download Revit The latest build of Revit 6.1 is 20040420_2101 (2004 April 20, 9.01pm). "jwolfer" wrote in message news:21846797.1083847814296.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > When batch printing from within Revit. We set up everything correctly, put check marks next to the sheets we want to print. Note, this is in the Selected/View Sheets option > > For instance Sheets A.1 - A.12 are all selected in that order. > > When they print out on the plotter, they print out of order, which requires a human to go back through and reshuffle all of the pages into the correct order. > > for a job where we print 30 sets, this can become a major issue. > > Anyone know of a fix for this?

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