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Where are the plotter configuration settings
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Many of the settings that were once on the Plot dialog box (before Release 2000) are in the Plotter Configuration Editor, shown here.
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The thinking is that because you don t configure a plotter very often, it makes sense to remove these settings from the Plot dialog box, which you use all the time. To configure your plotter, choose File Plotter Manager to open a window for the \Plotters subfolder of your AutoCAD folder. In AutoCAD 2002 (as in AutoCAD 2000), plotter configuration settings are stored in PC3 files. Double-click the PC3 file icon for the plotter you want to configure to open the Plotter Configuration Editor. (You can also open the Plotter Configuration Editor from the Plot dialog box click Properties in the Plot configuration section of the Plot Device tab.) Click the Device and Document Settings tab. The top section lists the possible types of settings. To open a list with a plus sign to its left, click the plus sign and suboptions appear. As you click each item on the top, the appropriate settings appear in the lower section. For example, if you want to set the color, speed, and width for each pen in a pen plotter, click physical pen characteristics. Then, in the bottom half of the Editor, you can click each pen in the carousel and change its characteristics. Choose Custom Paper Sizes to add custom sheet sizes these will then appear in the Page Setup and Plot dialog boxes so you can choose them when you plot. In each case, the Editor walks you through the choices you need to make to configure your plotter. See Appendix A for further information. A new feature of Release 2000i enables you to filter out unused paper sizes using the Plotter Configuration Editor. However, at the end of the process, you can opt to apply the change only to the current plot. Follow these steps:
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17 Plotting and Printing Your Drawing
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1. On the Device and Document Settings tab, choose Filter Paper Sizes. 2. In the list of paper sizes, uncheck sizes you don t want to display. 3. Click OK. 4. In the Changes to a Printer Configuration File dialog box, choose to apply the
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changes only to the current plot or to the file (that is, permanently or until you edit the printer configuration file again).
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5. Click OK.
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Previewing your plot
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You should preview your drawing before you plot. Choose Full Preview to see exactly how your drawing will plot. Figure 17-21 shows an example of a full preview.
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Figure 17-21: A full preview
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You can also choose Partial Preview, as shown in Figure 17-22. The solid area indicates the area of the paper that the plot will cover. The dashed line indicates the printable area of the paper. While the full preview takes more time, it is much more helpful. The Print Preview button on the Standard toolbar is just like the one you have in your Windows word processor. When you choose Print Preview, you see a preview of your plot using current plot parameters. Right-click to open the shortcut menu that lets you plot, zoom, pan, or exit the preview.
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Part II Drawing in Two Dimensions
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Figure 17-22: A partial plot preview
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I have covered previewing a plot last because it should be the last step before you actually plot. However, it can also be the first step, helping you to determine what settings you need.
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Creating the plot
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To start the plotting process, simply click OK in the Plot dialog box.
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xStmplot stamps a drawing with its name and location, your name, the date, and the time, and starts the PLOT command. Look in \Software\Chap17\Stmplot.
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The Batch Plot Utility (BPU for short) lets you choose a group of drawings to plot in a batch. It s great for plotting a whole slew of draft plots on your printer overnight. You must start outside of AutoCAD because the Batch Plot Utility opens AutoCAD for you. To start the BPU, choose Start Programs AutoCAD 2002 Batch Plot Utility. Wait while the BPU loads AutoCAD and opens the AutoCAD Batch Plot Utility dialog box, shown in Figure 17-23. Choose Add Drawing on the BPU toolbar to open the Add Drawing File dialog box. Choose any drawing and click Open. Continue to do this until you have chosen all the drawings you want to print. You can choose a contiguous group of drawings by choosing the first, pressing Shift, and choosing the last. You can select noncontiguous drawings by pressing Ctrl as you choose each one. To save the list of displayed drawings to a batch plot list file (a file with a file name extension of .bp3) for future use, choose Save List from the BPU toolbar. Choose a location and a name. (The AutoCAD 2002\Support\Batchplt folder seems like a good location.) Click OK.