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    Posted: 04.May.2021 at 12:50
when I make pdf of any drawing... the pdf size become double of dwg size .. for example my dwg size is 3mb.. but when I make pdf it will became 6mb or langer then 6mb.... please help why this happened?...
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What method is being used to create the PDF?  This article may be of some use.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Zuhaib Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04.May.2021 at 14:53
ok I will try this... I used control+p comand, than select dwg to pdf and than after selecting paper size I plot the drawing into pdf ... I will try that what you have suggested to me and will return back to you. thanks alot...
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