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How do I add a .ctb file to 2013 Mac


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Retroshank

Hi, I have been using AutoCAD windows for 15 years but recently purchased AutoCAD Lt 2013 for Mac. I am doing some contract work for a company who have their own plot style (ctb file) that I need to use. I can't work out how to insert it into the Mac version. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

 

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ReMark

You'll have to locate the folder (if that is what they are called on the Mac) where the default CTB and STB files that ship with AutoCAD are located. Is there an "Options" command in that version?

 

This discussion should give you a general idea. Note that the thread is from 2010.

 

http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/AutoCAD-for-Mac/Adding-a-CTB-File-in-Autocad-for-Mac/td-p/2799106

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Retroshank

I found and added it there but it is not showing up in my plotstyles when I go to plot. :(

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Retroshank

I saw that post but it doesn't seem to help. Not sure if it is because I am using a different version..

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Retroshank

Turns out the ctb file I was trying to insert was corrupt. I redownloaded it and now it is working. Thanks for your help!!

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