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Drawing print to Adobe PDF saves sheets as individual files.

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josh.sapp
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Drawing print to Adobe PDF saves sheets as individual files.

Recently ran into an issue trying to File> Print> Adobe PDF. It wants to save each sheet as an individual file instead of all sheets in one file. I can Export PDF> All Sheets> into a single file.  I don't print drawings very often and can't confirm which method I normally use, but both wats should get similar results. Could someone confirm or assist please? Thanks for your time.

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jhackney1972
in reply to: josh.sapp

I see no issues in printing a multiple sheet drawing to a single PDF file.  Be sure to select "All Sheets" is my only suggestion.  PDF attached.


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John Hackney
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Beyond the Drafting Board


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josh.sapp
in reply to: jhackney1972

Yes sir had it checked. Thanks for taking a gander. Ill do some more digging.

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josh.sapp
in reply to: josh.sapp

@jhackney1972 

I'm also getting a hang when I select adobe pdf. I don't know if the two are related. Thank you again.

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josh.sapp
in reply to: josh.sapp

Also having trouble with Print> Cute PDF> All Sheets>. It writes the first page then opens it in Adobe Acrobat pro before it writes the other sheets to the file. The following sheets then try to save as new files. This occurs for both Adobe and Cute PDF. I've made sure I'm running the latest versions of all software. Any Ideas? I'll try to get a screen capture, but first I'll have to remember how to capture video.

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josh.sapp
in reply to: josh.sapp

Attached is a screen capture of the process. I trimmed out about 50 sec of the blue screen you see at around 24 sec mark.

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jhackney1972
in reply to: josh.sapp

I apologize, misread your post.  I never use the Print command to save PDF's from my drawings.  I use the Export to PDF function in the drawing menu.  If I use the Print Command, I too get single sheets for each drawing sheet.  The problem is that the Export to PDF is not available to users with a Fusion 360 Personal license.  I do not own Adobe but I tried it with Microsoft Print to PDF and Clarity PDF, both create a single sheet per drawing sheet.

 

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John Hackney
Retired

Beyond the Drafting Board


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josh.sapp
in reply to: jhackney1972

That must be what I have been doing as well. Thanks

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