View Full Version : how can I print a copy of the layers in my drawing?
1st Oct 2003, 04:42 pm
I'm setting up viewports in paperspace with title blocks on our server so that they are available to all our inhouse cadlings. but I'd like a printed copy of all layers involved in each viewport for keeping track of them....can somebody HELP ME!!!!....please
1st Oct 2003, 09:32 pm
Dont know which version of AutoCAD your using but in CAD2K you can enter -LAYER command and then enter ? at the command line.It will then ask Enter layer name(s) to list <*>: .Just hit the enter buton.It will then list all the layers within the current drawing by Layer name, State, Color Linetype & Lineweight.You can then copy this text into whatever editor you want or print it.If youre talking about this all being done automaticaly then I reckon you'd be looking at AutoLISP or maybe even a script.
2nd Oct 2003, 05:45 am
A lisp routine is posted here in the Forum
Scroll down on that page to the routine "layer utility".
2nd Oct 2003, 06:02 pm
thank you! thank you! thank you! never have so few given so much to so many.
17th Oct 2003, 01:22 pm
This is an awesome command. Thanks guys
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