You can modify plot styles using the Plot Style Table Editor. Changes you make to a plot style affect the objects to which that plot style is assigned.
You can open the Plot Style Table Editor by double-clicking a CTB or STB file in the Plotter Manager. The Plot Style Table Editor displays the plot styles contained in the specified plot style table.
You can use a plot style to assign color, screening, grayscale, and dither properties.
The pen assignments used by the plotter differ depending on whether you use a pen plotter or another kind of printer, such as a laser printer.
Both lineweight and linetype can be set as an object property or controlled when plotted by using a plot style. Lineweight or linetype settings in the plot style override the object's lineweight or linetype at plot time.
You can set the line end and join styles for objects that have lineweight assigned, either as an object property or as a plot style override.
You can assign a variety of fill style options when plotting wide polylines, donuts, objects hatched with a solid fill, and solids.