Specifies the page setup for the current layout.
You can also create named page setups, modify existing ones, or import page setups from other drawings.
The following options are displayed.
Displays the current page setup, sets a different page setup as current, creates a new page setup, modifies an existing page setup, and imports page setups from other drawings.
Lists the page setups that are available to apply to the current layout.
The list includes the named page setups and layouts that are available in the drawing. Layouts that have a named page setup applied to them are enclosed in asterisks, with the named page setup in parentheses; for example, *Layout 1 (System Scale-to-fit)*. The current page setup is selected by default. You can double-click a page setup in this list to set it as the current page setup for the current layout.
The shortcut menu also provides options for removing and renaming page setups.
Displays the New Page Setup dialog box, in which you can enter a name for the new page setup and specify the page setup to use as a starting point.
Displays the Page Setup dialog box, in which you can edit the settings for the selected page setup.
Displays the Select Page Setup From File dialog box (a standard file selection dialog box), in which you can select a drawing format (DWG), DWT, or drawing interchange format (DXF)™ file from which to import one or more page setups. If you select DWT as the file type, the Template folder opens automatically in the Select Page Setup From File dialog box. When you click OK, the Import Page Setups dialog box is displayed.
Display When Creating a New Layout
Specifies that the Page Setup dialog box is displayed when a new layout tab is selected or a new layout is created.
You can reset this function by turning on the Show Page Setup Dialog for New Layouts option on the Display tab of the Options dialog box.