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We have Adobe Acrobat Pro which has a plugin to allow batch plotting of PDFs from multi-sheet drawings. Works awesome in Autocad 2009 and before. It DOES NOT work with Autocad 2011! (Waaaahhhh!!) Does any one know how to make it work or a suitable workaround? We have drawings with 70 sheets and it's nice to print the entire document to a single PDF in one step. Takes less than one minute in Acad09. Nice! Does PUBLISH do this? I saw another thread where Publish creates other issues. Help! Help! Help! Thx!
I am using CAD 2007 and Acrobat 9, both of which I have been using together for about 6 months. I just formatted my computer (for a separate issue) and reinstalled CAD and acrobat. Now when I use the command "PDF" or use the PDFMaker i get the following error message: "Your drawing contains some unsaved data and you have chosen to convert to Adobe PDF with 3D content. Please first save the drawing and then run PDFMaker." If I close the message, save the file, and run the PDFMaker again, no issues. It works just like it did before. However, it is pretty annoying to have to take an extra step every time. As a note, I am not doing any 3D work, strictly 2D. I'm not sure if it is a CAD issue or Adobe. I have ensured that I am in AutoCAD Classic model space, and it doesn't matter which file I try to convert, even if I create a new 2D document. Any help is appreciated, Thank you!