Part II Drawing in Two Dimensions in .NET

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Figure 17-2: The first screen of the Layout Wizard
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2. Type a name for the layout and click Next. 3. The second screen asks you to choose a configured plotter. This list also includes printers. For more information on configuring a plotter or printer, see Appendix A. Click Next when you re done. 4. On the third screen, shown in Figure 17-3, specify a paper size and drawing units and then click Next. 5. On the next screen, specify if you want the drawing to plot in portrait or landscape orientation. The wizard rotates a letter A on a sheet of paper so you can see which way text, and therefore the rest of your drawing, will plot. Then click Next. 6. On the Title Block screen, shown in Figure 17-4, choose a title block if you want to add one. You can add it as a block (see 18) or as an external reference (or xref see 19).
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To add your own title block, create it as a drawing and save it in AutoCAD s \Templates folder. Notice that all the templates in that folder have corresponding drawings that are used in the Layout Wizard. If you have a template that you use for a title block, open a new drawing using that template and save it as a drawing in the \Templates folder, using the same name as the template. (It will have a .dwg file name extension, however.)
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Figure 17-3: The Paper Size screen of the Layout Wizard
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Figure 17-4: The Title Block screen of the Layout Wizard Aspx upc a integrationon .net
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7. On the Define Viewports screen, shown in Figure 17-5, you choose from four viewport configuration options: Choose None if you want to create your own floating viewports. Choose Single to create one viewport. Choose Std. 3D Engineering Views to create a 2 2 array of top, front, side, and isometric views. Choose Array to specify how many views you want, in rows and columns. You also set the viewport scale. Then click Next.
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Part II Drawing in Two Dimensions
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For more information on scales, see 5. Also see the discussion of viewport scales later in this chapter.
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Figure 17-5: The Define Viewports screen of the Layout Wizard
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8. On the Pick Location screen, the wizard prompts you to pick two corners to define the size of the viewport configuration you chose. If you chose more than one viewport, these two corners define the extents of all the viewports combined, not the extents of the individual viewports. 9. Click Finish to close the wizard and return to your drawing. Figure 17-6 shows the result of completing the wizard with a 2 2 array of viewports. You would still need to scale and pan the model to get the views you want in each viewport.
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Figure 17-6: After completing the Layout Wizard, you now see your model in the viewport(s) you created.
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In the following exercise, you practice using the Layout Wizard to create a paper space layout.
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The drawing used in the following Step-by-Step exercise on creating a paper space layout with the Layout Wizard, ab17-a.dwg, is in the Drawings folder of the AutoCAD 2002 Bible CD-ROM.
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Step-by-Step: Creating a Paper Space Layout with the Layout Wizard
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1. Open ab17-a.dwg from your CD-ROM. 2. Save the file as ab17-1.dwg in your AutoCAD Bible folder. 3. Choose Tools Wizards Create Layout. 4. On the Begin screen, type Double as the name of the layout. Click Next. 5. On the Printer screen, choose the printer or plotter that you want to use. Click Next. 6. On the Paper Size screen, choose a paper size that you have available and that is suitable for the printer or plotter you chose in the previous screen. The drawing units should be inches (but you can use millimeters, if you want). Click Next. 7. On the Orientation screen, choose Landscape. (This is the default.) Click Next. 8. On the Title Block screen, choose ANSI A title block.dwg. The type should be set to Block. Click Next. 9. On the Define Viewports screen, choose Array. Set Rows to 1 and Columns to 2. Choose 1:4 from the Viewport Scale drop-down list. Click Next. 10. On the Pick Location screen, click Select Location. In the drawing, choose a point near the top of the border on the left and a second point at the bottomright of the border, just above the title block. If necessary, turn off OSNAP. 11. Click Finish. 12. Save your drawing. It should look like Figure 17-7.
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