On Feb 6, 9:23 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
The "paper" represent the plot layout. This can be corrected under
"page setup manager" under the "file" pull down menu. Create a new
layout, select your plotter/printer, select paper size, select "plot
to extents or layout(select a scale that fits the paper). This will
also be automatically corrected if you plot your titleblock to proper
scale making sure you select "save changes to layout." Hope this
On Feb 6, 3:23 pm, email@example.com wrote:
I don't use MVSETUP but I do sometimes have to adjust paper sizes.
Here's how I do it:
Page Setup Manager
User Defined Page Sizes & Callibration
Modify Standard Paper Sizes (Printable Area)
Select the papersize from the list and adjust all the margins to 0. Go
OK and voila.
It's perfectly normal, as you can tell from previous posts. I usually insert
my title block and create a plot area around the title block. Just so you
know, the default "paper" created is inserted at 0,0. If your title block
does not get inserted at 0,0, you wil get discrepancies. But even if you do,
it's not a huge concern, maybe a mild annoyance.
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