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Cannot Print Colour, Crunched up Text, Restricted Print Field


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I am attempting to do a preview print test of my AutoCAD drawing which I have made: SOLA4012 Pluto205.dwg

 

1. I cannot seems to print it in colour. Can someone tell me what I am missing?

2. My printing into PDF seems to be restricted by the dashed lines. How can I remove or expand this area?

3.The texts are also very crunched up and not as clear as AutoCAD. I am using the: DWG to PDF.PC3 setting > Paper Size ISO A4.

 

How can I fix these output issuses?

 

Many thanks!

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On the dialog box of PRINT command, in bottom-right corner there is a rounded button with an arrow – press that to have access to other options. Under Plot Style Table pop-up list you will find many predefined rules for printing – choose None if want to print preserving colors.

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On the dialog box of PRINT command, in bottom-right corner there is a rounded button with an arrow – press that to have access to other options. Under Plot Style Table pop-up list you will find many predefined rules for printing – choose None if want to print preserving colors.

 

Ok, I got it to print out with the colours. But I am still stuck at the print view window. It is not showing my whole picture. How do I enlarge this or remove this print view limitation?

Original Drawing Capture.jpg

 

PDF output: The details are chopped off... :cry: Capture.jpg

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Please take care that in Paper Space you have a dotted rectangle that mark the printable area. So, if you are using Layout option, then adjust the size and location of your viewport to don't exceed that area.

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The dotted lines show the margins set by your printer. To change them, go into the printer Properties (button next to where you select the printer) and change the margins.

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