PLOTSETTINGS
 
 
 

The following group codes are used by PLOTSETTINGS objects. In addition to the group codes described here, see Common Group Codes for Objects. For information about abbreviations and formatting used in this table, see Formatting Conventions in This Reference.

PLOTSETTINGS group codes

Group code

Description

0

Object name (PLOTSETTINGS)

5

Handle

102

Start of persistent reactors group; always “{ACAD_REACTORS”

330

Soft-pointer ID/handle to owner dictionary

102

End of persistent reactors group, always “}”

330

Soft-pointer ID/handle to owner object

100

Subclass marker (AcDbPlotSettings)

1

Page Setup name

2

Name of system printer or plot configuration file

4

Paper size

6

Plot view name

40

Size, in millimeters, of unprintable margin on left side of paper

41

Size, in millimeters, of unprintable margin on bottom of paper

42

Size, in millimeters, of unprintable margin on right side of paper

43

Size, in millimeters, of unprintable margin on top of paper

44

Plot paper size: physical paper width in millimeters

45

Plot paper size: physical paper height in millimeters

46

Plot origin: X value of origin offset in millimeters

47

Plot origin: Y value of origin offset in millimeters

48

Plot window area: X value of lower-left window corner

49

Plot window area: Y value of upper-right window corner

140

Plot window area: X value of lower-left window corner

141

Plot window area: Y value of upper-right window corner

142

Numerator of custom print scale: real world (paper) units

143

Denominator of custom print scale: drawing units

70

Plot layout flag:

1 = PlotViewportBorders

2 = ShowPlotStyles

4 = PlotCentered

8 = PlotHidden

16 = UseStandardScale

32 = PlotPlotStyles

64 = ScaleLineweights

128 = PrintLineweights

512 = DrawViewportsFirst

1024 = ModelType

2048 = UpdatePaper

4096 = ZoomToPaperOnUpdate

8192 = Initializing

16384 = PrevPlotInit

72

Plot paper units:

0 = Plot in inches

1 = Plot in millimeters

2 = Plot in pixels

73

Plot rotation:

0 = No rotation

1 = 90 degrees counterclockwise

2 = Upside-down

3 = 90 degrees clockwise

74

Plot type (portion of paper space to output to the media):

0 = Last screen display

1 = Drawing extents

2 = Drawing limits

3 = View specified by code 6

4 = Window specified by codes 48, 49, 140, and 141

5 = Layout information

7

Current style sheet

75

Standard scale type:

0 = Scaled to Fit

1 = 1/128"=1'; 2 = 1/64"=1'; 3 = 1/32"=1'

4 = 1/16"=1'; 5 = 3/32"=1'; 6 = 1/8"=1'

7 = 3/16"=1'; 8 = 1/4"=1'; 9 = 3/8"=1'

10 = 1/2"=1'; 11 = 3/4"=1'; 12 = 1"=1'

13 = 3"=1'; 14 = 6"=1'; 15 = 1'=1'

16= 1:1 ; 17= 1:2; 18 = 1:4; 19 = 1:8; 20 =1:10; 21= 1:16

22 = 1:20; 23 = 1:30; 24 = 1:40; 25 = 1:50; 26 = 1:100

27 = 2:1; 28 = 4:1; 29 = 8:1; 30 = 10:1; 31 =100:1; 32 = 1000:1

76

ShadePlot mode:

0 = As Displayed

1 = Wireframe

2 = Hidden

3 = Rendered

77

ShadePlot resolution level:

0 = Draft

1 = Preview

2 = Normal

3 = Presentation

4 = Maximum

5 = Custom

78

ShadePlot custom DPI:

Valid range: 100 to 32767

Only applied when the ShadePlot resolution level is set to 5 (Custom)

147

A floating point scale factor that represents the standard scale value specified in code 75

148

Paper image origin: X value

149

Paper image origin: Y value

333

ShadePlot ID/Handle (optional)