You can control how objects are plotted by setting the plot scale, by using plot styles and plot style tables, and by setting an object's layer properties.
When you specify a scale to output your drawing, you can choose from a list of real-world scales, enter your own scale, or select Fit to Paper to scale the drawing to fit onto the selected paper size.
You can choose among several options for plotting shaded and rendered viewports. You can plot a viewport as it is displayed, in wireframe, with hidden lines removed, or as rendered.
In the Plot and the Page Setup dialog boxes, you can choose from options that affect how objects are plotted.
You can control many aspects of how an object is plotted by using plot styles.
By using color-dependent plot styles to control how objects are plotted, you ensure that all objects that share the same color are plotted the same way.
You can only create, delete, and apply plot styles in a named plot style table. You can define as many or as few plot styles as you need in a drawing.
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.