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#1 DeAnne McCollum

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Posted 26 September 2016 - 11:24 PM

Hi all

I had a complaint from my boss that my file sizes are very large. My DWG. are 5.6 MB or so and that's just 6 pages, as compared to Autocad files that are 2.6 MB and 11 pages. Then my PDFs are giant, 3.5MB, by the time you get 6 pages one pdf equals 18MB plus.

I have purged the files, flattened, and audited them.

Is there a setting that I can adjust?

Help!

#2 Hellen_V

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Posted 27 September 2016 - 06:43 AM

try other PDF-printer, try batch plot.
The size of PDF-file does not depend on the number of pages. It depends on existing objects.

And you can send me your file and tell me what printer do you use.
Go for nanoCAD Plus 10 now!
New interface, improved and accelerated drawing process, support for dwg2018 format. You will like new version!
Free trial license is available here: https://nanocad.com/.../plus/download/

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#3 DeAnne McCollum

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Posted 27 September 2016 - 02:31 PM

I used both the PDF print included from Nanocad and PDF 995, I have also deleted everything I dare so objects are at a minimal.

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Posted 28 September 2016 - 10:20 AM

answered from Support Center.
Go for nanoCAD Plus 10 now!
New interface, improved and accelerated drawing process, support for dwg2018 format. You will like new version!
Free trial license is available here: https://nanocad.com/.../plus/download/

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#5 ATOkada

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Posted 07 March 2019 - 01:02 AM

I also have the same issue.
The same dwg file plotted on NanoCAD is 3 times the size compared to when I plot it on Autocad.
I use the Internal PDF Plotter.

If I can't reduce the file size of the PDF, I will have to go back to AutoCad





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