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Peer a e'crit :
As i experienced problem with the copy and past as wmf , it seems to be
directly proportional to the GDI (Graphic Display Interface) resolution.
so maybe a solution is to maximize your display re'solution .
For the export as wmf, the problem is not the detail average,
that is finaly almost good,
but the width of line and polyline segment
It's always a problem to export files in a MSoffice compatible vector
I used to do it with the Mspublisher image printer, to create a
it was working nice with A2002, but now, with A2006, the postscript file
can't be imported in Msoffice.
I don't know.
When using wmfout, I always use wmfbkgnd to avoid printing my black backgrond. With WMFBKGND set to 0, you only extract the actual entities themselves.
<DIV><FONT face=Arial color=#000080>Is there any definitions or variables or
commands which I can change before using the export command for wmf
files, for the best quality image?</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT face=Arial color=#000080>thank u</FONT></DIV>
You might try better WMF. See quoted text from the readme file:
BETTER WMF v3.10
Better WMF helps you inserting AutoCAD drawings into for example
MS-office documents. Better WMF will improve the picture on the
fly for you:
- The size of the picture will exactly match the extents of the
objects. No large empty border to fit the AutoCAD window.
- The picture is transparent, the background color is removed.
- You can assign line weights based on colors.
- In TILEMODE 0 you can merge paperspace and all viewports
- The picture can be converted to black and white.
You can use Better WMF either by running BCLIPBRD.EXE, or by
loading the correct version of BWMFxxxx.ARX into AutoCAD.
You are entitled to evaluate this program for 30 days. After that
you must register (see REGISTER.TXT).
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