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How can I convert multiple dwg files to pdf in windows 10. actually I can convert but the problem is dwg convert to pdf with coloured line and and text. I can not do monochorome multiple file convert.
Appreciate for respond.

RE: AUTO CAD

With Bricscad, it's in the plot options when you print and in the plotter styles you select.

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RE: AUTO CAD

I thought that's what his problem was and directed him to the plot/print manager.

Rather than think climate change and the corona virus as science, think of it as the wrath of God. Feel any better?

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RE: AUTO CAD

IIRC, there is a Batch Plot function in ACAD. You do have to set your plot style to use B&W and I think you can plot extents, but it has been a long time since I used it.

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RE: AUTO CAD

Have you tried the publish command ?

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