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When i use the wipeout command rather than background mask in the layout as a pdf, for some reason the wipeout prints as a black block. I am having problems with Printing pdf that i have made form a AutoCAD. I use the “wipeout” command. when I make the pdf it looks fine. Free AutoCAD applications, utilities, routines, add-ons and tools download. I print the PDF file there are some “black blocks”, they should be the wipeouts in.

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Wipeout’s in PDF Print All Black

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Is there a reason why you’re specifically using a wipeout as opposed to a textmask? I guess there must be a variable or something which controls opacity or something??? You could try one of the other options in the masktype option but I don’t recommend textmask anyway Wipeout command, “F” for frames, and select “Off” to turn off before you plot. I’m not sure what you’re saying there. Do you know whether I should delete this post?

I’m sure there are numerous threads on this topic. How to convert a pdf file to dwg? Digital Transformation may be defined in a number of different ways by analysts or enterprise software vendors.


Posted September 18, How frustrating, a nice neat drawing on the screen and a terrible mess on the page! Anyone come across this? Wipeout isssues when plotting Don’t use wipeouts.

Did you check the thread I linked you to? Same file printed directly to PDF plots with the wipeouts black.

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Results 1 to 10 of I am pretty sure it is a driver issue. When i use the wipeout command rather than background mask in the Mtext window and plot my layout as a pdf, for some reason the wipeout prints as a black block. We had a lot of problems with it previously.

If you have tried the ideas in Tip and are still having problems with wipeouts, take a look at auutocad alternative that uses a solid hatch entity. Last Jump to page: Are you an Engineering professional?

There are a couple of links leading off it that might help, http: If the end user has their print settings set to Black and White, rather than grey scale or color, all the white hatches can get converted to black when they glack out a hard copy. Sign up for a new account in our community.

I have found that older versions of adobe reader tend to show the drawings appropriately.


I’ve searched for this and haven’t come up with an answer, sorry if it seems I’m being a lazy forum blacck, I honestly did search! Close this window and log in. I agree with jefesdi, I make my wipeout area the same layer as the object. I have a paper space with a wipeout layer over the plan and below a table.

That way if you turn that layer off, prinst wipeout will not blankout the area while the dimension layer is turned off. I’ve already tried contacting the source, and they have never had this problem.

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Plotting AutoCAD Drawings That Include Wipeouts

What PDF driver are you using? I also noticed that the in AutoCAD you have the option for linetype scaling if you are printing from Paperspace. Wipeout isssues when plotting Can you change the Wipeout area color to white??

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