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  1. HI, I HAVE A SIMPLE SCRIPT FILE THAT PRINTS SPECIFIC TABS INSIDE A CAD FILE, IS IT POSSIBLE TO CHANGE THIS TO MAKE IT PLOT MULTIPLE TABS "LAYOUTS" IN THE SAME FILE, BASICALLY WILL BECOME EQUIVALENT TO A PUBLISH "BATCH PLOT" COMMAND. -PLOT Y PV2.00 DWG TO PDF.PC3 ARCH full bleed E1 (30.00 x 42.00 Inches) I L N L F Y SoCore_2014.ctb Y Y Y N N Y Y THNX
  2. I was wondering if its possible and someone knows a way, to get another machine to do the grunt work on a batchplot; in a similar way to a render farm outsources computer power to do large renders. I find the plot in background option takes significantly longer to plot and slows the computer down to boot, we have a spare CAD machine sitting in the corner, I'm imagining it wont be too hard but I could be wrong. cheers
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