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DartGTDan
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Plot and Publish Job Complete

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03-18-2014 05:06 AM

Every time I print aI receive the following:

 

Plot-Publish.jpg

 

Is there a way to turn this off?  I can't seem to find anything that references this?  As usual any help is appreciated!!:smileyhappy:



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Especially 1971 Dodge Dart GT

To turn off this bubble, Right-Click on the Staus Bar at the bottom of the interface Status Bar.jpg

 

and select "Tray Settings"

 

In the Pop-Up, Deselect "Display notifications from services"

 

Tray Settings.jpg

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mconway
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Registered: ‎03-28-2012
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Re: Plot and Publish Job Complete

03-18-2014 05:28 AM in reply to: DartGTDan

To turn off this bubble, Right-Click on the Staus Bar at the bottom of the interface Status Bar.jpg

 

and select "Tray Settings"

 

In the Pop-Up, Deselect "Display notifications from services"

 

Tray Settings.jpg

At your service,
Mark A. Conway
Director - Applied Technology
Autodesk Certified Instructor
AutoCAD & Civil 3D 2014 Certified Professional
Infrastructure Design Suite BIM Specialist
Follow me on Twitter @CADventurer





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DartGTDan
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Re: Plot and Publish Job Complete

03-18-2014 05:45 AM in reply to: DartGTDan

Ahhh!  So easy!!  Thank you!



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Especially 1971 Dodge Dart GT
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mconway
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Registered: ‎03-28-2012
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Re: Plot and Publish Job Complete

03-18-2014 05:48 AM in reply to: DartGTDan

Yup, Be sure to tag it as the Solution to help others who may be having the same issue.

At your service,
Mark A. Conway
Director - Applied Technology
Autodesk Certified Instructor
AutoCAD & Civil 3D 2014 Certified Professional
Infrastructure Design Suite BIM Specialist
Follow me on Twitter @CADventurer





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