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btaylor
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Registered: ‎06-09-2004
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Saving Layers ON/OFF

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06-09-2004 11:05 AM
When you save the DWF that you are working on in Composer, why will it not save what layers you have turned on/off in Composer? Every time that I re-open a DWF file in composer, every single layer is turned on, regardless of what layers were turned off/on when it was saved in Composer. Is there a way to save the file so that only certain layers are turned on and the remaining are shown as turned off?
*Jeffrey Klug \(Autodesk, Inc.\)
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Re: Saving Layers ON/OFF

06-09-2004 11:52 AM in reply to: btaylor
There's no way to persist layer states to the DWF at present. This is a great wishlist item though. "btaylor" wrote in message news:1806145.1086804335210.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum2.autodesk.com... > When you save the DWF that you are working on in Composer, why will it not save what layers you have turned on/off in Composer? Every time that I re-open a DWF file in composer, every single layer is turned on, regardless of what layers were turned off/on when it was saved in Composer. Is there a way to save the file so that only certain layers are turned on and the remaining are shown as turned off?
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Doug Look, Autodesk
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Registered: ‎04-24-2004
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Re: Saving Layers ON/OFF

06-15-2004 07:23 PM in reply to: btaylor
I haven't tried this yet, but you may be able to create a DWF that only shows the visible layers by using the DWF Writer Windows System Printer Driver. Wouldn't that be a way to preserve the layer view?

--Doug
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plake04
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Registered: ‎05-21-2004
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Re: Saving Layers ON/OFF

08-03-2004 12:36 PM in reply to: btaylor
From my experience that does save the layer state, but in the newly created DWF you will not be able to turn the layers back on if you so chose.
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