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Trouble with plot in 3D

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jmontesmx View Drop Down

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    Posted: 22.Feb.2020 at 01:14
I am having problems when I try to print in 3D, all the lines of the drawing appear, nothing is hidden, I would appreciate your support. Thank you.
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Hello jmontesmx, if you want to print hidden you will have to go to the layout space ( paper space ), open a viewport and declare it hidden or shaded or whatever you want to see printed that can be different from what you see on your screen.
I use a french version and type : FMULT ( MVIEW ) , C ( for "cache" hidden in french ) , AC ( ACtive ) , Enter.
You can also use I think the properties pannel ( Ctrl + 1 ) to specify it after a clic on your viewport.
Please tell me ( us ) if this helped or not.
P.S. You declare using AutoCAD 2010 and so you should find on your (C) disk the PDF file of the AutoCAD commands.
It should be named pprox. : AutoCAD_2010_acad_acr.pdf.
Do a search on your (C) disk in the Autodesk or AutoCAD directory with : .pdf and you will find a very usefull document better that the help ( F1 ) because you can have it open at the same time than AutoCAD. 
If you use a spanish version this should be VMULT for VIEWPORTS and/or VENTANAS.

Edited by philippe JOSEPH - 22.Feb.2020 at 17:21
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