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How to publish PDF sheets (pages) under the plain layout name?

A - answer How can I preset the page names when publishing a DWG drawing to PDF? I need to change the format "file name-layout name" to strictly a plain "layout", resp. to the page number.

Page names in a PDF file are dependent on the plot/publishing method. If you use the PUBLISH command and if you uncheck the option "Prefix sheet title with file name", all pages will be named just the same as the layouts.

And the layouts can be even named automatically by a given attribute in your title blocks (e.g. the page number) - see the Tip 11780.
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5.3.2018    1104×  
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applies to: AutoCAD · AutoCAD LT ·

See also:
Tip 10759:How to publish a DWG to a PDF file without attaching "-Model" to its name?
Tip 9147:Batch publishing to PDF uses different margins than single prints.
Tip 7828:How to plot PDFs without the tab (layout) name.
Tip 6515:AutoPDF - Automatic publishing of PDF file on every save of the DWG drawing
Tip 4260:AutoDWF - Automatic publishing of DWF file on every save of the DWG drawing


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