About-Configuring-File-Output

About Configuring File Output

About Configuring File Output

You can configure drivers for different file types including, Adobe PostScript and
raster file formats.

The program provides plotter drivers to create the following types of files:

  • Autodesk ePlot (DWF)
  • Adobe PDF
  • Adobe PostScript
  • DXB file format
  • Raster file formats

Autodesk ePlot (DWF) Driver

With ePlot, you can generate electronic drawing files that are optimized for either
plotting or viewing. The files you create are stored in Design Web Format (DWF). DWF
files can be opened, viewed, and plotted using one of the many available DWF viewers
and plug-ins created for Microsoft آ® Internet Explorer 5.01 or later. You can also install a plug-in for the Mozilla آ® Firefox آ® and Google Chrome™ for the Windows آ® operating system. DWF files support real-time panning and zooming and the display
of layers and named views.

Adobe PDF Driver

The nonsystem PDF driver that comes with the program allows you to create PDF files
that can be viewed online using a Web browser plug-in or offline using a program like
Adobe آ® Acrobat آ® . You can also use virtualized printers that are setup in the operating system and
can be used by other applications to create a PDF file of a drawing. Like PDF files
created from other applications, PDF files containing the results of the output when
printing or plotting a drawing can be merged with other PDF files using additional
software programs to create a complete electronic package for a client.

Adobe PostScript Driver

PostScript files can be generated from the geometry of a drawing file. Three levels
of PostScript are supported. Level 1 works with most devices but does not support
color images and produces larger plot files than the newer PostScript levels. Level
1 Plus is for Level 1 devices that also support color images. Level 2 is for newer
printers and produces smaller files and faster output on Level 2 devices.

The program also supports PostScript printers and plotters using a Centronics-type
parallel I/O port, an RS-232C serial I/O port, or plotting across a network.

DXB File Driver

DXB (drawing interchange binary) file formats are supported using the AutoCAD DXB
nonsystem file driver.

The output is compatible with the ADI DXB driver delivered with earlier releases.
The DXB driver shares the following limitations of the ADI driver:

  • The driver produces 16 bit integer DXB files containing only vectors.
  • DXB output is monochrome; all vectors are color 7.
  • Raster images and embedded OLE objects are not supported.
  • The driver ignores object and plot style lineweights.
NOTE:In AutoCAD LT, the output is compatible with the DXBIN command and with the ADI DXB
driver delivered with earlier releases.

Raster File Drivers

Drawings can be output to a raster image such as PNG or JPEG. The program ships with
several pre-configured raster file drivers that you can use.

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