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I want to display my drawing the same way it is printed.

A - answer If you want to display your drawing layout exactly the same way it is finally plotted out on the paper (lineweights, color shades, monochrome plotting...), check the option for displaying plot styles. They will be applied on the screen as well.

You can find the checkbox "Display plot styles" in the top right corner of the "Page setup manager" dialog - see the command PAGESETUP.

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See also:
Tip 11289:Adding, multiplying and rounding numbers inside DWG drawing texts - NumInText.
Tip 9331:What is contextual field and why it is not updated in a block?
Tip 9147:Batch publishing to PDF uses different margins than single prints.
Tip 8788:Batch unification of page setups in DWG files.
Tip 8713:How to transfer page setup from another DWG drawing?

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