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Presentation files (Tweaks when printed)

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11-06-2002 12:53 AM
I'm going to try this one on all of you again.
I created a Presentation drawing (.ipn). I tweaked all the components and created a great looking exploded view of an assembly. I then started a a new drawing (.idw) file. I created a view using the .ipn file. After inserting this file one of the first things i did was print and all the tweak lines looked great. I added some balloons to this drawing and then when I printed this drawing all the tweaks stand out in front of all the parts. They should disappear when going through or behind an object and they don't.
I would love it if someone could help me out with this.
Thanks KPM7
*KJohnson
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Re: Presentation files (Tweaks when printed)

11-06-2002 01:12 AM in reply to: kpm7
The only known work around is to save the IDW as a
BMP.  Hit the options button and set the X to 2000, or 3000.  Then
print the BMP.  This problem is still there in IV6.

 

Kathy Johnson


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I'm
going to try this one on all of you again.
I created a Presentation
drawing (.ipn). I tweaked all the components and created a great looking
exploded view of an assembly. I then started a a new drawing (.idw) file. I
created a view using the .ipn file. After inserting this file one of the first
things i did was print and all the tweak lines looked great. I added some
balloons to this drawing and then when I printed this drawing all the tweaks
stand out in front of all the parts. They should disappear when going through
or behind an object and they don't.
I would love it if someone could help
me out with this.
Thanks KPM7
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