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Advanced Options Dialog Box (Plot Stamp)

Advanced Options Dialog Box (Plot Stamp)

Determines the location, text properties, and units of the plot stamp.

You can also create a log file and set its location. The dialog box is displayed
when you choose the Advanced button in the Plot Stamp dialog box.

List of Options

The following options are displayed.

Location and Offset

Determines the plot stamp location, the orientation of the plot stamp, and the offset
you want to apply relative to either the printable area or the paper border.

Location

Indicates the area where you want to place the plot stamp. Selections include Top
Left, Bottom Left (default), Bottom Right, and Top Right. The location is relative
to the image orientation of the drawing on the page.

Orientation

Indicates the rotation of the plot stamp in relation to the specified page. The options
are Horizontal and Vertical for each of the locations (for example, Top Left Horizontal
and Top Left Vertical).

Stamp Upside Down

Rotates the plot stamp upside down.

X Offset

Determines the X offset value that is calculated from either the corner of the paper or the corner
of the printable area, depending on which setting you specify. If you specify Offset
Relative to Paper Border, the offset value is calculated so that the plot stamp information
fits within the designated paper size. If the offset value positions the plot stamp
information beyond the printable area, the plot stamp text is cut off.

Y Offset

Determines the Y offset value that is calculated from either the corner of the paper or the corner
of the printable area, depending on which setting you specify. If you specify Offset
Relative to Paper Border, the offset value is calculated so that the plot stamp information
fits within the paper size.

Offset Relative to Printable Area

Calculates the offset values that you specify from the corner of the printable area
of the paper (not the corner of the paper).

Offset Relative to Paper Border

Calculates the offset values that you specify from the corner of the paper (not the
corner of the printable area of the paper).

Text Properties

Determines the font, height, and number of lines you want to apply to the plot stamp
text.

Font

Specifies the TrueType font you want to apply to the text used for the plot stamp
information.

Height

Specifies the text height you want to apply to the plot stamp information.

Single Line Plot Stamp

Places the plot stamp information in a single line of text. The plot stamp information
can consist of up to two lines of text, but the placement and offset values you specify
must accommodate text wrapping and text height. If this option is cleared, plot stamp
text is wrapped after the third field.

Plot Stamp Units

Specifies the units used to measure X offset, Y offset, and height. You can define units using inches, millimeters, or pixels.

Two sets of values for the plot stamp size and location are saved in the PSS file:
one for the dimensionless file formats and the other for dimensional file formats.
If the units you select in the dialog box are dimensional, then the dimensional values
are displayed and modified. To access the dimensionless values, you need to select
pixels as the unit of measurement. Regardless of the units selected in the dialog
box, the correct set of values is applied at plot time. In other words, changing the
unit of measurement does not cause the values to be recalculated.

Log File Location

Writes the plot stamp information to a log file instead of, or in addition to, stamping
the current plot. If plot stamping is turned off, the log file can still be created.

Create a Log File

Writes the plot stamp information to a log file. The default log file is plot.log, and it is located in the main application folder.

You can specify a different file name and path. After the initial plot.log file is created, the plot stamp information in each succeeding plotted drawing is
added to this file. Each drawing’s plot stamp information is a single line of text.
The plot stamp log file can be placed on a network drive and shared by multiple users.
Plot stamp information from each user is appended to the plot.log file.

Log File Name

Specifies the file name for the log file you are creating. Enter a new file name if
you do not want to use the default file name, plot.log.

Browse

Lists the currently saved plot stamp log files. You can choose to overwrite an existing
plot stamp log file with the currently specified plot stamp information, and then
to save this file.

Learning AutoCad

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