Implementing print style tables
Every drawing is designed to use print style tables, but you decide whether to implement them. Even if you use one of the default print style tables available with progeCAD, using print style tables requires planning ahead of time to ensure that your drawing prints as planned.
For example, a single drawing of a floor plan might require the printing of the following drawing sheets:
In this example, you can create four named print style tables, each containing
a print style named “WallPstyle”. Each print style table contains
its own settings for
The following table describes, in order, the steps to get you started using both color-dependent and named print style tables.
Getting started using print style tables
The following table describes how to further customize how print styles work within your drawings.
Further customizing print style tables
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