Preparing a Drawing for Plotting or Printing in .NET

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Once you have completed your drawing, you often have some details to finish. If you did not start with a title block, you may need to insert one. Even if you have a title block, you may need to complete some of its annotation such as the date you completed the drawing. If the drawing has layers you do not want to appear on paper, you should set their layer state to frozen, off, or not plottable. Many architectural and mechanical drawings show several views of the model. Now is the time to check that the views are pleasingly laid out with enough space between them for dimensions and annotation.
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Part II Drawing in Two Dimensions
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Doing a draft plot
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You may want to do a draft plot, either to check the drawing itself or to be sure it will print out properly. Although you can preview the plot, sometimes the results are not what you want, and it pays to test the plot on inexpensive paper before plotting on expensive vellum. Draft plots for checking purposes can often be done on a printer. Some companies have ink-jet printers or plotters that accept 17 22-inch paper and are used exclusively for check plots. Even if the final plot will be all in black, color printers are a good choice for check plots because you can easily check the layer scheme.
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Model space refers to the mode you work in when you draw and edit your model. Throughout this book, you have been working in model space. The Model tab at the bottom of the drawing area visually confirms that you are in model space. Once you have prepared your drawing for plotting, as just discussed, you can plot your drawing. See the discussion later in this chapter on plotting.
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If you are using several views of your model, you should consider creating a paper space layout. Although paper space was designed for the needs of 3D drawings, it is often used for 2D layout as well. For example, if you want to show views of your model at different scales, paper space is indispensable. Paper space is a tool specifically for laying out several views of a drawing. It is analogous to creating a sheet of paper at the size you will plot on and placing views on the paper. You place the views by means of floating viewports.
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AutoCAD also offers tiled viewports, which are discussed in 8.
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A layout provides a visual environment that lets you know what your plot will look like. By creating more than one layout for a drawing, you can create more than one plot for a single drawing. For example, you can create layouts at different scales for different sheet sizes.
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You draw in model space. Paper space is used to lay out a drawing. When you are in paper space, you can only view your drawing through floating viewports.
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17 Plotting and Printing Your Drawing
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To enter a paper space layout, simply click a layout tab. By default, AutoCAD displays the Page Setup dialog box, discussed later in this chapter. If you click OK or cancel the dialog box, you see that AutoCAD has automatically created one floating viewport through which you can view your model. An example is shown in Figure 17-1. The paper space icon confirms that you are looking at a paper space layout.
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Floating viewpoint Figure 17-1: When you click a layout tab, AutoCAD automatically creates a layout with one floating viewport through which you can see your entire drawing.
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To switch back to model space, click the Model tab.
Using the Layout Wizard
The Layout Wizard automates the process of laying out a drawing in paper space. While you may eventually want to lay out your drawings on your own, the Layout Wizard is a great way to get started using paper space. To use the Layout Wizard, follow these steps: 1. Choose Tools Wizards Create Layout. You see the wizard screen shown in Figure 17-2, where you name the layout. This name will appear on the layout tab at the bottom of the drawing area.