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    Alright, I have a crapload of drawings in a format that uses page setup manager, and I'm looking to print these drawings to a file or export in either a jpg or bmp. I have no preference which. The first tab is the model space, and all the others are viewports of that, with overlayed dimensions etc. Does anyone know of a way to script the file to print. I've downloaded scriptpro so there should be no need to specify file path/ file list.

    Is there a hotkey to switch between the tabs? I know pagesetup opens the manager, but there is bound to be a command to just switch between them.

    Thanks for any help,
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    I would use either Sheet Set Manager or Batch Plot to pot all the layouts. You can in either specify a group of LAyouts and specify a Page setup override and then let it plot in the background.
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