Using plotter drivers
To print your drawing, the program sends the output to any printer driver in
up to 256 colors, but with no width specified. Initially, the printed output
will have a uniform fine width that is the finest line that the plotter device
can produce. The driver then passes colored vectors to the printer, which creates
color output on color printers and grayscale output on laser printers. (Color
output that converts to grayscale on a laser printer usually is unacceptable
by CAD users for final printing.)
With print style tables, you can map all colors to black and set all lineweights
to a width you choose. You must use a value appropriate to your printing capabilities.
With these features, you can meet most non-presentation print needs.
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Customizing print options
Using print styles
Using printer configuration
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Assign print style
Preview the drawing
Print a drawing