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AutoCAD 2000 LT ploting colors show up light gray Help ASAP

AutoCAD 2000 LT ploting colors show up light gray Help ASAP

AutoCAD 2000 LT ploting colors show up light gray Help ASAP

(OP)
Can some one tell me how to set up the plot so all the lines are equally dark or Black. I have several drawaings created outside and the layer colors are green and yellow and so on. There are tons of layers as well. Is there any easy way to make them pring black?
Need to know ASAP these are going out in a few minutes.
TIA
 

DougP

RE: AutoCAD 2000 LT ploting colors show up light gray Help ASAP

Hi Doug,

Check the plot config file, in the plot dialog box.

You will be able to change any settings you need there quickly.

HTH
Todd

RE: AutoCAD 2000 LT ploting colors show up light gray Help ASAP

(OP)
I choose Monochrome.ctb from the Plot Style Table
Anyway they are very DARK Black.

DougP

RE: AutoCAD 2000 LT ploting colors show up light gray Help ASAP

Hi DougP,

You can edit those files, just select the edit option - you'll see where you can edit either the pen width or the screening percentage.

HTH
Todd

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