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    Quote Originally Posted by mihaf View Post
    in model space drawing showing colour when i move to layout drawing is white only
    are you talking about the background or the objecs itself?
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    If your complaint is about entities, then it may be that either in layout(s) the colors associated with the layers are overrided (check in Layer Manager) or that you choused to display with the current plot style (see in Page Setup Manager).

    For background (drawing canvas), please note that can chouse it's color separately for Model, respectively Paper space (layouts). For this should check in Options --> Display --> Window Elements --> Colors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nod684 View Post
    are you talking about the background or the objecs itself?
    ALL OBJECTS BECOME WHITE COLOUR. IN LAYOUT.

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    Mihaf, did you noticed my replay?
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    I assume you have set your Plot Style to Monochrome (which is correct for B/W prints)
    but by having Display plot style turned on - that is what it is doing, displaying in monochrome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD Mather View Post
    I assume you have set your Plot Style to Monochrome (which is correct for B/W prints)
    but by having Display plot style turned on - that is what it is doing, displaying in monochrome.
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    I have the same problem and checked everything what's in this thread:
    No VP color overrides;
    No Plot Style
    Don't know what can be the problem...

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    Quote Originally Posted by femo View Post
    Don't know what can be the problem...
    Then simply attach your dwg file here (only need one line in the file).
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