See below, I am working on a drawing and the contour lines of the part are covering my annotations when I save as PDF. Has anyone come across this issue and figured out a setting or option to fix it?
Thanks Glenn, your comment inspired me to tinker further with it. It appears if you go to Print (select print to Adobe PDF) > Page Setup and explicitly set drawing to "color / grayscale" instead of "automatic" it will print the annotations in color. They are also not underneath the contour lines as they are when you do a "save as" PDF. Odd that the automatic selection doesn't work, I guess whatever triggers the driver to use color is not working properly so I have to explicitly select it.
Try printing to pdf instead. (See #7 at Frequently Asked Forum Questions for more information)
Thanks for the suggestion, I actually already tried that but it strips all of the line colors away making everything black. This makes the annotations really hard to see in this particular drawing.
Printing to pdf usually gives pretty good results. Did you check your printer settings? Maybe they aren't set to print to color?
Can you use a leader? Since you don't have room on that view, add a leader to your detail circle. Check the option on your detail view menu.
In this case you're probably right I should be using a leader. Thanks for the comment. See above for how I worked around the root issue.
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