AutoCAD LT:: Incorrect Default Plotter Configuration For Mac Mar 23, 2012 Whenever I attempt to print, I get the warning message below referring to a printer that I do not have. I presume it's an AutoCAD default setting, but I cannot find any place allowing me to change this default. It eventually prints, since as the warning message says, it then substitutes my Mac's default printer, Is there any way to change the AutoCAD setting. Similar Messages: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ADVERTISEMENT Jul 25, 2011 So we have a new plotter at work, and I am trying to use it with the publish command.
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However, because all of our old drawings are saved with our old plotter name, choosing the new plotter isn't an option for all of our old dwgs that havent been set up using the new plotter name. Since our dwgs number in the 1000s, going through each one and renaming them would be impracticable. But having to individually plot each one is pretty impracticable as well. So I tried to figure out a workaround, by opening up our new template that has the new plotter configuration on it, hoping I would be able to use it to set all the old dwgs that I have open at the time to the new plot setting. But the printer name comes up as something different when I try to use it for publish, and if I use it, I get an error and nothing prints. I know the settings used in the new template work, I have been able to print it out. So what I'm asking is, is there anyway I can use the new plotter to publish all of our old drawings?
Mar 7, 2013 Since we've migrated to Windows 8 64b we have problems wih plotting some layouts. If I select my plotter it automatically goes to none after selecting and sometimes I get the following error message: Most of the times I can use the plotter in the other layouts / drawings, but sometimes I have to restart AutoCAD or reboot the computer before the plotter works again. In some layouts we keep getting this problem even after reboot.
I've tried reinstalling the plotter (with different drivers), tried different computers, purge and recover the drawings but no luck. The Plotter is a HP Designjet 800. Jun 13, 2013 Configuring plotter/printer on newly upgraded laptop using Autocad LT 2007 with Win7.
The printers that are re-installed are not available under that program. Sep 3, 2004 Is there a way to force a setting in a PC3 file?We have one set up to print rotated and sometimes for whatever reason it changes back to Auto for the rotation. It's under Graphics of the Custom Properties I would like to write something that if a person plots with this PC3 that to rotation will be forced to 90 degrees. Nov 8, 2012 In the process of releasing 2013 to the office.
We have about 60 machines being loaded, varying from 64-bit Win 7, 32-bit Win 7 and 32-bit Win XP. I have gone through and created new PC3 files for our two KIP printers (3000 & 7000 series). I added one custom page size to each to create a PMP that goes along with them. These files have been placed onto a network folder for all users to access. This is where my confusion begins.