[Print Settings] Dialog Box


On [Print Settings] dialog box, you can modify the following settings.

Paper

[Size]
Set the paper size for printers.

Orientation

Set the paper orientation for printers.

Scale

Set the scaling ratio for printing.

[Fit To Paper Size]: Prints out so that the print area is within the paper size set in [Size] box for paper.
[Fit To Printable Area]: Prints out so that the print area is within the printable area for the paper size set in [Size] box for paper.
[Specify Scale]: Prints out with a specified scale. Input a scale in the scale box.

[Scale Line Pitch and Width]
Turn it on to scale line pitches and widths according to the scale ratio when printing, or off to print in a fixed line pitch and width.

Offset

Set the position for printing.

[Center on paper when printed]: Prints in the center of a paper size set in [Size] box under [Paper].
[Specify Offset]: Input offset values along X and Y axes.

[Print Area]

Set the area for printing.

[Paper Area]: Prints the paper area of the drawing.
[Range of All Shapes]: Prints so that all shapes located on the drawing can be printed.
[Specified Area]: Specifies a print area. Click [Specify Area] and select a rectangle by specifying 2 points. The rectangle will be the print area.

[Color as black]
Turn it on to print shapes in black & white, or off to print them in original colors.

[Print Line Width]
Turn it on to print shapes using original line widths, or off to convert these widths to narrow ones.

[Print Point]
Turn it on to print points.

[Dot Size]
Set the size of No. 3 type points (dots) on the screen.

[Prefer layer and drawing visible]
Turn it on to print only layers and part drawings being displayed and for which [Print] is turned on. Turn it off to print only layers and part drawings for which [Print] is turned on.

Supplemental
[Specify Area] option for [Print Area] can be specified for each part drawing.
While [Print Settings] dialog box is displayed and a print area is being specified, the print area is displayed with a red frame.

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