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Error : Did not plot

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06-09-2011 01:43 AM

Hello,

 

We use Autocad LT2012 en we have a problem when we want to plot.

1 drawing goes fine, but when we take multiple drawing, we get an error.

 

Job: - error(s)  Did not plot

Job ID:21

Date and time....

 

Sheet : 2011-03-21..... - Error(s) dit not plot

 

File: (location of drawing)

Catergory name:

Page setup:

Device name:

Plot file path:

Paper size:

 

Error: drawing not found.

 

The location of de drawing is correct.

 

I included the error message....

 

Can anybody please help me.

It's not easy when u have to plot 1 drawing at a tim....

 

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Re: Error : Did not plot

06-09-2011 04:36 AM in reply to: vreeling

You can also try posting in the Printing and Plotting Forum

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Re: Error : Did not plot

06-09-2011 05:06 AM in reply to: vreeling
Not enough information for remote assistance: try again please.
Plotting to what?
What plot parameters?
Does plotting to another device give the same error?
Why does the error message say DRAWING NOT FOUND? are you using a custom routine or third party add on?
Error looks to be from PUBLISH, not plot?
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Re: Error : Did not plot

06-09-2011 05:38 AM in reply to: pendean
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Hello

 

I don't work with Autocad myself, so i'll ask the engineer to answer the questions for me.

I'll lett you know asap.


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