Are you using "Use Margins of Master Layout" or "Use Margins of Device"?I did not know actually, I guess this is set to "Use Margins of Master Layout" by default, so that is what it is set to. What should it be?
Try reducing the Margins in the plotter settings.I don't see how changing the plotter setting should help when the PMK is well within the current margins defined by the "blue" box on screen. Or I'm I interpreting this Blue box incorrectly?
Jay wrote:That is why I prefer to control the Margins through the Plotter.
Okay so In the Master Layout Settings I increased not reduced the Margins from 7/32" at top and bottom to 3/4" and changed side Margins from 13/32" to 3/4". So my plot area decreased yet the result was that the plot at 100.00% now was contained on 1 sheet. This does not make any sense. With the previously larger plot area the output at 100.00% was said to require 2 sheets...???
Jay wrote:You are not using Device margins; set the Master to the Device margins, and when printing, ALWAYS set the margins to the Device margins.
Thanks for the info and attached "picture". For a PC i guess it is called "Tiling". I have set it to center the plot is still "pushed to the bottom. [/img]
Djordje wrote:I am actually "plotting" not "printing". Do you mean plottting? I did as specified in the "Plot Options" see attachment. The output is still 1/4" from the bottom & 1 3/4" from the top.
You are not using Device margins; set the Master to the Device margins, and when printing...
Djordje wrote:So why is there an option for "Use Margins of Master Layout"?
... ALWAYS set the margins to the Device margins.
Hari wrote:Are you sure that you set your device margins as the relevant ones?
There is lots of unused paper around the drawing larger than the set margins. HP 755 ps
Djordje wrote:djordje, i have just found an instance where the settings of the device margins are not necessarily desirable:
You are not using Device margins; set the Master to the Device margins, and when printing, ALWAYS set the margins to the Device margins.