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Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 4:01:29 PM | plotting view sheet set at a fit to page type default???

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if I set up a view sheet set name, in this case "existing building" containing 8 views, can i plot the view sheet set so each view automatically "fit to page" by disregarding things like level indicating lines?

Currently, grids, level indicating lines, property lines, etc are also plotted which makes the actual objects to small to be of any value. I like to plot on 8-1/2 x 11 sheet size for a lot of preliminary work?

 I tried zooming into all of the views to fit the entire screen before I plotted.  That didn't get the results I was looking for.

 RAC 2008

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Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 4:37:50 PM | plotting view sheet set at a fit to page type default???

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I'm not clear on some of your terminolgy.  "View sheet set" ?  Do you have a single sheet with 8 views or 8 viewsin a set of 8 sheets?  Your question sounds like you are printing from views rather than placing your views to scale on sheets.

 

Fit to page is ok when you are plotting a single view or plotting a previously setup sheet to a smaller size sheet.   Otherwise use plot at 100%.     If you are setting your views on the sheets with crop regions on, you should have no problems.  Pay attention to the annotation crop lines as well.


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Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 6:06:22 PM | plotting view sheet set at a fit to page type default???

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in plot dialogue box

print range / selected view sheets / hit select

dialogue box titled "view sheet set"  you can hit the drop-down to pick a sheet set that you've previously saved. In this case it's 8 or 10 views from the project.  I'm not trying to plot sheets at this point, just views.


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Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 6:07:53 PM | plotting view sheet set at a fit to page type default???

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seems like you can't plot fit to page for multiple views.

 I'll try plot at 100%

 

 


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Tue, Jul 8, 2008 at 7:02:38 PM | plotting view sheet set at a fit to page type default???

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OK ... I now see where you are at.  If the view will fit on the sheet you are using, plotting at 100% will work.  If not, you need to plot to fit.  Just be sure to turn on your crop regions so you control what you want to print.

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