Autodesk Architectural Desktop 2007 & Prior

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leicklda
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Registered: ‎05-05-2003
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Plot to file directory

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07-11-2001 11:16 AM
My plotter is set up to Plot to File. Whenever I have gone to print a job, it always went to the directoy of the current file. Then today I manually changed the directory to go to a different folder just for a one time instance. And now ever since then, it will not go to the directory of the current file. It goes to the last folder that was chosen. How do I tell it to go to the current file directoy each time?
*Tushaus, Bret
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Re: Plot to file directory

12-13-2003 11:36 PM in reply to: leicklda
I believe AutoCAD 2000i works a little different
when it comes to folder memory. Unlike previous versions that often defaulted
the current DWG directory, 2000i remembers folders and always defaults to the
remebered folder for each specific command.  A way you can get around this
is by changing the REMEMBERFOLDERS variable to 0 which will cause things to
behave like previous versions of AutoCAD.  I hope this helps you
out.


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My
plotter is set up to Plot to File. Whenever I have gone to print a job, it
always went to the directoy of the current file. Then today I manually changed
the directory to go to a different folder just for a one time instance. And
now ever since then, it will not go to the directory of the current file. It
goes to the last folder that was chosen. How do I tell it to go to the current
file directoy each time?
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