At some point in the course of nearly every design project, you’ll want to output a drawing layout to a printer, a plotter, or a PDF file. Because you might need several types of outputs, AutoCAD makes it easy for you to save your settings in named page setups for each of them. These page setups store settings—such as sheet size, scale, output device, and format—so that, once specified, you can simply choose a page setup for the result you want.
Before you go … Watch this brief video.
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to AutoCAD Basics: The Adventure Is … Over?
In our last visit to the Hitchhiker’s Guide, we checked out The basics of AutoCAD dimensions.
In our next visit to the Hitchhiker’s Guide … There isn’t going to be another visit! At least, not anytime soon on the AutoCAD Blog. With today’s post, we’ve finished our tour of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to AutoCAD Basics series.
Don’t despair. We’ve created a page for new subscribers where you can find many other great AutoCAD resources.
And if you’d like to revisit all the AutoCAD Blog posts in this Hitchhiker’s Guide series, knock yourself out (figuratively) here: