You can easily publish an entire sheet set from the Sheet Set Manager as a set of paper drawings or as a single, electronic, multisheet Design Web Formatâ„¢ (DWFâ„¢) file.
Using the Publish dialog box, you can easily assemble a collection of drawings and, with one click, create a paper drawing set or an electronic drawing set.
Publishing provides an easy way to create a paper drawing set or an electronic drawing set.
You can assemble a collection of drawing sheets to publish to a plotter, plot files, or to a Design Web Formatâ„¢ (DWFâ„¢) file. You can save the drawing set and modify it.
You can publish a drawing set to a plotter or plot file.
You can publish an electronic drawing set in the Design Web Format.
You can easily republish lists of drawing sheets that you previously saved in the Drawing Set Descriptions (DSD) file format.
A published electronic drawing set can be viewed and plotted with Autodeskâ„¢ DWFâ„¢ Viewer.
You can set options for publishing, such as output file location, DWF type, multisheet DWF name options, DWF security (password protection), and whether or not to include layer information. You can also decide what types of information to reveal in your published DWF files.
You can create and publish DWF files of your three-dimensional models and view them with the Autodesk. DWFâ„¢ Viewer.
You are not likely to change the settings in the DWF6 ePlot Properties dialog box often. However, when you need to make some subtle changes to your DWF6 ePlot configuration, you can do so through the DWF6 ePlot Properties dialog box. You can specify settings for color depth, display resolution, file compression, handling of fonts, pen settings, and other options. When you create DWF6 files, you use a plotter configuration file that uses a DWF6 driver model. You must use the DWF6 ePlot.pc3 file to plot DWF6 files.