You prepare your drawing for plotting or publishing by specifying page setup settings. These settings are stored in the drawing file with the layout. Once a layout is established, you can modify the settings of its page setup or apply a different page setup.
Preparing a drawing for plotting or publishing requires specifying many settings and options that define the output of your drawing. These settings can be saved as a named page setup.
Page setups are associated with layouts and stored in the drawing file. The settings specified in a page setup determine the appearance and format of your final output.
You can create a new layout using the Create Layout wizard.
You can import layout and plot settings contained in PCP or PC2 files into the current layout.
You can save plot device and other page setup settings as named page setups that can be modified and imported into other drawings.
You can use named page setups to specify the same output options for all the sheets in a sheet set.