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AutoCAD how is batch printing from the Model?

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shadashiindia View Drop Down

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    Posted: 13.Jul.2018 at 08:54
How is batch printing from the Model?
I have many files only in the Model. I need to print a lot.
How to do it quickly ?
I saw the program, who used it ?
Revers - Automatic batch printing a multiple format (rectangles, frames) of model space and layouts.
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you have to follow the following steps , open 1st file of ur folder
1. use print command
2. select plotter
3. select paper size
4. select plot area (Extents)
5. plot offset (center the plot)
6. pen assignment
7. plot scale
8. drawing orientation
9. Page Setup name (click Add) then name it as u like
10. cancel command.
11. save drawing
12. go publish command
13. add all drawings which u wish to plot
14. select all drawings
15. go to page setup select the setting which u save
16. publish to (PDF)
17.go to publish option and select location where u like to save if u like to save pdf
18 Publish
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