|Export by scale|
This function supports converted PDF, PLT, SVG, EPS files and CGM format file.
Layout and Layer... (new)
The software allows users to resign the layout and layers that are supposed to be exported. More...
Keep sub-path structure
output files would be saved in the primary subdirectory structure,
which makes it convenient to distinguish the converted files and
prevent the files that with the same name as the folder from being
The converted output result is (Output PDF files are taken as example here):
To set the exported layout type, it could be: current layout, only model space layout, all the layouts, all layouts and user setting.
3D objects Hidden line removal
If there are 3D objects in your graph, and the conversion result is supposed to be hiddem line removal, you could tick this option to achieve the result. There are two kinds as Automatic mode and Enforcement mode. The automatic mode could descide whether to remove the hidden line according to the settings, while the enforcement mode would order the software to forcely remove the hidden line. (this mode is not recommended)
The designed lineweight parameter in the graphic file is allowed to be used, this option is repulsive to the use of print pen, so you can only choose one mode to output the linewidth at the same time.
Use the Print Pen sets
This option is the same as the Lineweight selection, which descides the linewidth of the output graph. It could set each color and linewidth of the corresponding color pen nubmers, More...
The scale of the output file. As the output objective value originates from the coordinate of DWG and DXF, it is necessarily to understand the drawing unit of the graphy which is going to be converted.
Watermark Setting and Usage
You could descide and set the user-designed watermark. The user-designed watermark will be added to the output PDF. Any words that you wish to add could be included, such as, company, designer, date, file name, or a kind of copyright protection measure.
The blank margin of the page layout. Its unit is inch and the unit will not change as ratio changes. If the unit is set as mm, the user has to calculate the converstion result. The conversion dialogue is offered in the dialogue box. 1 mm=1/25.4 inch
What should be paid attention to in this function is, 1 inch is equal to 72 drawing units, that is:
There is a graphic frame with 210x297 units in the drawing, it should be an A4 paper size , its unit should be millimeter, and the output rate you want is 1:1 so that the output PDF is with A4 size paper, so here you need to set the scale on the dialog box to 2.834645669291 (72 / 25.4).
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