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Saturday, May 20, 2017

How do you make a PDF from Autocad that is monochrome and uses the colours to define the line thicknesses?

Windows XP SP3 Professional
Autocad 2009
Adobe Acrobat 8.1.2 Professional
For the reply that said I should select Adobe PDF and print… Autocad uses colours to identify the line thickness for a monochrome plot. Simply printing to Adobe PDF as you suggest gives a colour printout.

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One Response to “How do you make a PDF from Autocad that is monochrome and uses the colours to define the line thicknesses?”
  1. chezzrob says:

    open autocad file
    set it up for printing
    click print to get the printer selection box
    scroll through the printer selections drop menu arrow and select adobe pdf
    click print.

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