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plot question

plot question

plot question

i have ~ 100+ 8-1/2 by 11 separate sheets set up in the model space that i want to plot.but i have to place a fence around each one of them one at a time and plot them. is there a way by which i can plot them all at one time?

RE: plot question

First, are all 100+- in one file or are each in their own file?  If they are in seperate file then you can batch plot.  Please refer to MS documentation for instructions on batch plotting.  If they are all in one file, I do not know.  Good Luck!

RE: plot question

you can batch plot no problem from inside one file just make sure you tick the multiple boundries  box
another tip is to set up your title block- drawing sheet to have a unique out side boundary as a sepparate element on its own  level ie sheetboundary ( level name) or the old level 63 but only used for sheet boundaries then you can define it in the batch plot settings to go find any shape on level name sheet boundary and plot what is contained within that shape  just like placing a fence...

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