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  1. Hi, Ive been given a block to attach to my drawings (text with color) to as built drawings and print. However when print this is affected by the grey scale and plots with no color. Im scared to try messing about to much incase i make things worse. I see tutorials online on changing layers etc but nothing for a block Simply my question is how to stop this block being affected by greyscale with the least amout of editing. I know this is proberably very easy but im just afraid to do more damage than good. Many thanks for your help
  2. andrewjbarnett

    Plotting in Greyscale

    I'm working on a drawing with staging of works on it. I have 3 drawings for the 3 stages, and each stage shows the work done as part of the previous stage. However we would like the work from previous stages shown, but printed as grey rather than black. I know how to set certain colours to print grey while the rest are black, however is it possible to modify the plot table so that particular layers rather than colours can be changed to greyscale?
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