We have created a sheet 30X42 that when printed everything comes out readable as far text size and things. But we have people that don't like the big size and want it printed on a 15X24 size. But when this is done the text becomes hard to read. They are just using a smaller size paper when printing . Is there a way that when a sheet size of 30X42 is reduced down to a 15X24 that it will be readable
and/or use bigger text -- you can't expect to reduce the size of a drawing by that much and still find it easy to read, can you?
or, if your printer supports it, Tile the print onto four sheets.
btw -- where did you guys come up with the 15x24 paper size/
We have a half-size plot style that assigns the pen weights differently for half-size plots. The page setups incorporate the different plot styles. Most of our half size plots are checkplots for use in house.
Also, certain text styles are not that "readable" at half size, so choosing a font like "Arial" works just fine at half size as opposed to a font like "Architxt".
Good luck, Bob
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