Subject: Creating a page setup



There are two types of page setups:

   Model page setup — Contains print settings available for the model on the Model tab.

   Layout page setup — Contains print settings available for one or more layouts on the Layout tabs.

CADdirect comes with two default page setups — one model page setup and one lay­out page setup. You can create as many additional page setups, of either type, as required for any drawing. Each page setup specifies many aspects of printing, includ­ing page size, default printer or plotter, page orientation, print scale, and more.

To create a page setup

   1   To create a model page setup, click the Model tab. To create a layout page setup, click any Layout tab.

   2   Do one of the following to choose Page Setup Manager ():

   On the ribbon, choose the Application button then choose Page Setup Manager, or choose Output > Page Setup Manager (in Print).

   On the menu, choose File > Page Setup Manager.

   On the Format toolbar, click the Page Setup Manager tool.

   Type pagesetup and then press Enter.

   3   Click Add.

You can create a new page setup based on the print settings of an existing page setup.
Select an existing page setup in the list, then click Add. The new page setup uses the print settings of the existing page setup as a starting point.

   4   Enter a name for the page setup, then click OK.

   5   Select the desired print options. For more details, see the following topics:

Setting the paper size and orientation

Selecting a printer or plotter

Setting the scale and view

Specifying print options specifically for layouts

Specifying shaded viewport print options

Specifying pen and line printing options

   6   Click OK.

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