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*Nienberg, Mark
Message 11 of 15 (62 Views)

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02-14-2002 04:15 AM in reply to: *cmaheather
Select one of the preset values, then click on "Edit Lineweight" and you
will be able to change it to whatever you want. Do this to as many
lineweights as necessary to set up the lines you want to use. Then assign
them to colors.
Mark

"Pekoe" wrote in message
news:2AB31141EF0587D35AE744412DBF7D9E@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> But as I said, it allows me to only input preset lineweights.
> How do I input the lineweights of MY choice?
>
> "Mark Nienberg" wrote in message
> news:A9F541F147CB07CB4B98A79DE83B0518@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > Within the Table View or Form View, click on the button to Edit
> Lineweights.
> > Set up the ones you want, then assign them to colors. Mark
> >
> > "Pekoe" wrote in message
> > news:ADAF663D043C4F5BBB5072651F55B522@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> > > Within Plot Style Manager dialog box on AutoCAD 2000i,
> > > is there some way of inputting exact line width settings,
> > > instead of having to choose among the limited widths
> > > available?
> > >
> > >
> >
> >
>
>
*Harden, Nick
Message 12 of 15 (62 Views)

Re: Lineweights

07-16-2002 08:35 PM in reply to: *cmaheather
In LT2000i I am trying to print a DWG without printing some lines that are
on the dwg. The lines need to stay on the dwg but I don't want them to
print.
I know I could freeze them but for this instance I want to keep them on.
I have tried setting the lineweights in the plot style to 0.000 but it still
prints the line. Is their another way

Thanks.
*Saadallah, Dean
Message 13 of 15 (62 Views)

Re:

07-16-2002 09:35 PM in reply to: *cmaheather
Instead of FREEZE, try setting the layer to NOPLOT: start the LAYER command,
and click on the HELP button.

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Dean Saadallah
http://www.pendean.com
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"Nick Harden" wrote in message
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> In LT2000i I am trying to print a DWG without printing some lines that are
> on the dwg. The lines need to stay on the dwg but I don't want them to
> print.
> I know I could freeze them but for this instance I want to keep them on.
> I have tried setting the lineweights in the plot style to 0.000 but it
still
> prints the line. Is their another way
>
> Thanks.
>
>
*Perez, C.
Message 14 of 15 (62 Views)

Re: Lineweights

07-22-2002 12:34 AM in reply to: *cmaheather
Hello everyone. Here's my problem:
I need various lineweights to plot through an HP755CM(C3198A). The plotter
is actually at a printers and I send over PLT files to them. I have
lineweights setup in the drawing itself and the same settings setup in the
corresponding CTB file. However the lineweights won't print. I am using
the Autodesk print driver not the system driver. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance.
*Saadallah, Dean
Message 15 of 15 (62 Views)

Re:

07-22-2002 01:54 AM in reply to: *cmaheather
More importantly, what is your printing service using to process your plots,
and on what device are they plotting to: the problem is very likely on their
end with what software they use to process your file and how it is sent to
their plotter. Get version numbers of everything, and ask if this is the
first time they have ever plotted AutoCAD 2000 or higher files.

--
Dean Saadallah
http://www.pendean.com
Expanded Links Page
http://www.pendean.com/lt/links.htm
--


"C. Perez" wrote in message
news:FD7FDFCBE96E87ADA4926146B37D10A1@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Hello everyone. Here's my problem:
> I need various lineweights to plot through an HP755CM(C3198A). The
plotter
> is actually at a printers and I send over PLT files to them. I have
> lineweights setup in the drawing itself and the same settings setup in the
> corresponding CTB file. However the lineweights won't print. I am using
> the Autodesk print driver not the system driver. Any ideas?
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
>

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