Plotting to the Design Web format


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Plotting to the Design Web format

Sometimes a client may want to review our CAD drawing but they don't have AutoCAD. So, a DWG file isn't helpful. At times like these, we can ship our client a DWFx file. DWFx stands for Design Web Format. And a DWFx file can be opened or printed from a current version of Internet Explorer. On my screen I hae a finished drawing. Let's say, I'd like to send this drawing to a client for their review, and let's also say that my client doesn't have a version of AutoCAD. What I am going to do is plot this drawing as a DWFx. I'll do that by launching the Plot command and then regardless of the printer I was using, I am going to click this fly-out and I'll select DWFx ePlot.

This is a virtual printer that is installed automatically with AutoCAD, and that's all I have to do. I'll come down and click OK, and I am going to save this inside the chapter_17 folder inside of our exercise files directory. I'll accept the default file name and I'll click Save...

Plotting to the Design Web format
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Plotting to the Design Web format provides you with in-depth training on CAD. Taught by Jeff Bartels as part of the AutoCAD 2011 Essential Training

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