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kstate92
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DWF settings when opening a DWG

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08-19-2011 06:41 AM

ADR 2012 with companion TrueView 2012.  When opening a DWG file from within ADR, what are the DWF settings TrueView uses?  I am assuming it is a DWF6 ePlot.pc3, but amazingly, I have 18 copies of this file scattered about on my C: drive (most from ADR for different dpi settings (?)).  Opening most of our D-size drawings from within ADR result in DWF files with part of the drawing clipped off, so I need to adjust the plotted margins, but I don't know where to look, or even if these settings are adjustable when using ADR to open DWGs.  DWF, not DWFx.

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If you want total control, open the DWG files in TRUEVIEW and set the DWF parameters and create them from there: I believe DVR simply uses whatever settings are existing in the pagesetup and simply redirects to the DWF driver.

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Re: DWF settings when opening a DWG

08-22-2011 06:00 AM in reply to: kstate92

If you want total control, open the DWG files in TRUEVIEW and set the DWF parameters and create them from there: I believe DVR simply uses whatever settings are existing in the pagesetup and simply redirects to the DWF driver.

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Re: DWF settings when opening a DWG

08-22-2011 06:30 AM in reply to: pendean

I'll give that a try, Thanks.

 

I see they still haven't fixed the filter papers bug regarding the un-deselectable ISO Full Bleed B1 paper size; no rush, Autodesk.

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