I'm adding a file to print organizer that has multiple models and each models there are multiples sheets to print. I have defined the print area as fence tab defined from cell or even defining from shape, it doesn't keep the settings and printing just one random sheet. How can I print several sheets in several models in one file?
I am running Microstation v8i SS10. Thank you!
There is a check box on the tab to define the shape or cell for "Create one print definition for each matching shape". You want to enable that for any model that has more than one sheet-shape/cell to plot. Otherwise it will recognize the first shape it sees and ignore the rest.
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MaryB, you mention to check box to "create one print definition for each matching shape" I can't find in which tab is this option? I don't know why, when I try to to go to tools define print styles, the widow to define it doesn't pop up.
During the creation of your .pset is where you select "create one print definition for each matching shape". When you are defining the search criteria for the fence. You cannot change this after the fact.
You can also go to <Edit <Preferences and check on Enable Variable Print Definitions. This will switch PO to work like the old Batch Print utility where PO will open the files and rescan them for multiple shapes. You can enable/disable this setting anytime.
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It worked. Thanks! Do you know why my <tools<define print styles is not loading? I got a message center saying MCM unloaded. What is it mean?
That's just the Projectwise addin detecting you're not logged into Projectwise and unloading itself.
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