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calafragilistic posted a topic in AutoCAD Drawing Management & OutputHi all, I'm using 2008 and trying to get one side of my plots to be 1/2" from the edge of the paper (from one of the ends, not the sides). When plotting from R14, our plotter understands just fine and prints a standard ARCH D sheet just the way we want it. With 2008, our standard sheet template sits outside the dashed line that indicates plottable area. I think that autoCAD thinks that the printer can't print that close to the edge, but obviously it can. I've gone into the 'modify paper sizes' options and adjusted the bottom margin to allow enough space for the plot. Plot preview look
I'm using the HP Design Jet 450C with R14 (old, I know) and with it I am able to print Arch D sheets with a half inch border on three sides, with a 1.5 inch border on one long side for staples. I'm currently in the process of upgrading my office to 2010 LT, and on the layout tab the Arch D sheet has the dashed line which represents what CAD believes to be the edge limit of what the plotter is capable of printing (aka hard clip limit). Unfortunately, even though my plotter can print sheets with a half-inch border (and is probably capable of even smaller borders) 2010 LT thinks that this is no