I am having trouble with our business logo (.jpeg file) not showing in our titleblock when printing on A1.
I have also discussed this problem on RevitCity.com however I am finding that similar users are also having the same problem with Revit 2012. Is this something that can be upgraded or fixed? Is it our printer that may need to be upgraded?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Thanks in advance
Select the jpeg image and go to the Properties dialog box. At the bottom of the box is "Draw Layer"; you can select Background or Foreground, change whichever is selected and see if that works. I seem to remember trying this quite a while ago when I was having a similar problem.
Thanks for the suggestions, however neither of them worked.
I tried importing the logo at the ratio needed for the titleblock, rather than its full size and scale down. It still didn't print.
And I also tried changing the image from "Foreground" to "Background" and vise versa. Still nothing.
Thanks for you help regardless, at least we can narrow down our solutions from here
Is this being sent directly to an HP Plotter? There have been reports of similar behavior. One example setting to adjust in the print setup is here:
Otherwise I would try exporting to DWF > then printing the DWF’s.
Sorry for the delayed reply guys.
@gc - I tried converting the image to a .png format like you suggested, however I still couldn't print out the titleblock properly with our logo showing. Thanks for the suggestion though.
@ryan.duell - Yes, our sheets are being directly sent to the HP Plotter. I unfortunately couldn't view that link you pasted into your reply. However, I did a little research around the Autodesk forums myself and found another link you had posted in a similar thread: http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Autodesk-Revit-Archi
I then found this link which had a step-by-step to solve my problem.
Thankyou so much! Finally we are able to print to our HP without the hassle of worrying whether our logo will print or not. Much appreciated!
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