AutoCAD LT General Discussion

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whalendesigns
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How do I plot all lines as black regardless of their screen color?

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01-09-2004 03:11 PM
We just bought LT; used to use intellicad 2000; in intellicad they had a color/width map tab where you could tell it to plot lines a different color then what they are on the screen; any help will be apreciated, thanks, Jeff.
*Martin Shoemaker
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Re: How do I plot all lines as black regardless of their screen color?

01-09-2004 06:21 PM in reply to: whalendesigns
Use the monochrome.ctb plot style. whalendesigns wrote: > We just bought LT; used to use intellicad 2000; in intellicad they had a color/width map tab where you could tell it to plot lines a different color then what they are on the screen; any help will be apreciated, thanks, Jeff.
*Dean Saadallah
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Re: How do I plot all lines as black regardless of their screen color?

01-10-2004 03:52 PM in reply to: whalendesigns
.... or if your plotter/printer driver allow for it, set it to black then create a PC3 file from it in PLOT. After you set the driver back, all you have to do in the future is select this PC3 file when you need it. -- Dean Saadallah Add-on products for LT http://www.pendean.com/lt -- "Martin Shoemaker" wrote in message news:3fff61b9_1@statler... > Use the monochrome.ctb plot style. > > whalendesigns wrote: > > We just bought LT; used to use intellicad 2000; in intellicad they had a color/width map tab where you could tell it to plot lines a different color then what they are on the screen; any help will be apreciated, thanks, Jeff. >
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