Detailed plot configuration [/] <No>: Enter y or n or press ENTER
Enter a layout name or [?] <current>:
Enter a page setup name < >:
Enter an output device name or [?] <current>:
Write the plot to a file [Yes/No] <current>:
Enter file name: <dwgname-layoutname.plt>:
Save changes to layout [Yes/No] <No>:
Proceed with Plot [Yes/No] <Y>:
Enter a layout name or [?] <current>: Specify the name of the layout tab you want to plot
Enter an output device name or [?] <current>: Specify the name of the output device to which you want to plot the Model tab or layout tab you selected
If you enter a new device name without an extension, the program assumes that the device is a PC3 file (Autodesk® HDI plotter configuration file). If no PC3 file is found, the program searches for a Windows system printer with that device name.
Enter paper size or [?] <current>: Specify the paper size to use for the plot or enter ? to view the actual list of paper sizes defined for the plotter driver
Enter paper units [Inches/Millimeters] <current>:
Enter drawing orientation [Portrait/Landscape] <current>:
Plot upside down [Yes/No] <No>:
Enter plot area [Display/Extents/Limits/Layout/View/Window] <current>:
Plots all of the objects in the current viewport, except objects on frozen layers. From a layout tab, plots all the geometry in paper space. The drawing may be regenerated to recalculate the extents before plotting.
Enter lower left corner of window: Specify a point
Enter upper right corner of window: Specify a point
Enter plot scale (Plotted Inches = Drawing Units) or [Fit] <current>: Specify the scale of the plot
Enter plot offset (x, y) or [Center] <current>: Specify the plot offset in either the X or Y direction, or enter c to center the plot on the paper
Plot with plot styles [Yes/No] <current>: Specify whether to plot using the plot styles applied to objects and defined in the plot style table
Enter plot style table name or [?] (enter . for none) <current>: Enter a plot style table name, ? to view plot style tables, or . (period) for none
All style definitions with different property characteristics are stored in the current plot style table and can be attached to the geometry. This setting replaces pen mapping in earlier versions of the program.
Plot with lineweights [Yes/No] <current>:
Scale lineweights with plot scale [Yes/No] <current>:
Enter shade plot setting [As displayed/Wireframe/Hidden/Visual styles/Rendered] <As displayed>: Enter a shade plot option
Enter an option [Wireframe/Hidden/Realistic/Conceptual/Shaded/shaded with Edges/shades of Gray/SKetchy/X-ray/Other] <Realistic>:
Write the plot to a file [Yes/No] <current>: Enter y if you want to write the plotted drawing to a file, or press ENTER to plot to an output device
Enter file name: <dwgname-layoutname.plt>: Enter a file name
Save changes to page setup? Or set shade plot quality? [Yes/No/Quality] <No>:
If you enter y, the current settings in the Page Setup dialog box are saved. If you enter q, you are prompted for the shaded plotting quality and are given the option of providing a custom dpi. Then you are prompted to save the page setup with the added quality settings.
Enter shade plot quality [Draft/Preview/Normal/pResentation/Maximum/Custom] <Normal>: Enter c if you want to specify a dpi, or to use a preset dpi, specify a different quality option
Enter custom dpi <150>:
Save changes to page setup [Yes/No]? <No>:
Plot paper space first [Yes/No] <current>:
Paper space geometry is usually plotted before model space geometry. If you enter n, the model space geometry is plotted first, and paper space geometry is plotted last. This option is available only if you are plotting from a layout tab.
Hide paperspace objects? [Yes/No] <No>:
Proceed with plot [Yes/No] <Y>: