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Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 1:25:13 AM | wall printing in one view but not another

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I have a wall that is printing in my floor plan view but not in my furniture plan view.  Other walls with the exact same properties (same family/type/level/height/phase/etc) are printing just fine in all views, including the furniture plan view.  It is just this one wall in this one view.  As far as I can tell, both views have the same properties.  I tried deleting the wall and copying one of the "good" ones into its place, but I got the same result.  There does not appear to be a masking region over the wall.  Any ideas?

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Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 3:56:23 AM | wall printing in one view but not another

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If I read you correctly, the wall is able to be viewed on your monitor, but not showing up when you print, correct?  If it is not showing up in the furniture view, could it have been inadvertantly hidden with the Hide Element Tool? 


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Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 4:01:56 AM | wall printing in one view but not another

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Something similar happened to me with a roof, so I changed the printing properties. I went print-->settings and under "Hidden Line Views" I changed it to "Raster Processing"

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Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 6:39:05 AM | wall printing in one view but not another

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Yes, it's visible on the monitor, but it disappears when I print.  It's definitely not hidden in the view, and it's definitely not in some kind of region.  I'll try the raster setting and see what happens, but wouldn't that affect all the walls in that family and not just the one?  Thanks for all the advise - I'll let you know what happens!

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Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 5:00:26 PM | wall printing in one view but not another

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Changing the raster settings did not solve the problem.  It appears to be a glitch with my pdf writer.  When I printed to a different size (8.5x11 or 11x17), the wall showed up.  Ever stranger: I nudged the view over a fraction of an inch and the wall started printing just fine - who knows?!?!  Oh well - thanks so much for all the ideas!

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