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canonical media size

canonical media size

canonical media size

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At some point, I had a VBA program from the web that generated an excel listing of all plotters on my system and their equivalent canonical media sizes, because canonical media is all that VBA accepts as plot sizes.  Can anyone point me in the right direction.

Thanks in advance,
K

RE: canonical media size

Hi Krusher,

I haven't heard of this one, and quick look on google didn't turn up anything worthwhile, but you may try:

www.cadshack.com
www.caddepot.com
www.cadalyst.com

or even Autodesk's discussion site, maybe somebody put it up there?

HTH
Todd

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