AUTOCAD OLE OBJECT NOT PLOTTING TO PDF
The silly thing is that by default the settings for OLE objects are such that they might not plot. Here’s how: Have an excel spread sheet saved. That’s one of the reasons I avoid using OLE objects. Unfortunately your version of AutoCAD is too old to have the Table > DataLink feature that. The Object Inserted into AutoCAD is an OLE, and I can not get this to PLOT. I do know if you insert the Object as a TIFF or a JPEG it will Plot.
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I’ve copy and pasted an excel ol page into an autocad drawing, as well as ‘inserted’ kbject as an OLE I cannot find any printer specific settings that would effect the contents of what’s being printed I’m sure it’s something ridiculous And what happens if you print directly from Excel?
Does the spreadsheet print? Edited by John Connor – This is John Connor. If you are reading this, you are the resistance.
OLE not plotting – CAD Forum discussion (EN)
Yes it will print from excel just fine, whether I print the original or the embedded page opened from CAD I’m trying ti figure out the difference between inserting an OLE and just copying and pasting from excel into cad It shows up on the print preview I tried selecting it and changing the color but no change That’s one of the reasons I autlcad using OLE objects.
Is your table in model space or in paper space? Try inserting it is paper space instead.
I too tried AutoTable at one point but it did not do what I needed. Did you look at the Readme file that autocsd with the trial version? You say you can get it to print correctly to a local printer If so, from there you should be able to print it properly to any other printer or plotter.
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