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- Q: I
inserted an Excel file (or Word document, BMP or JPG) into
CADVANCE. It will not print (or will not print properly).
What should I do?
- A: First
make sure you are using a printer driver that will print raster
images. There are some printers (such as some versions of the HP
DesignJet 600 plotter driver) which do not print raster images.
Second, check whether the inserted file
is an Ole2 object and if it has been scaled in CADVANCE. This may
be causing the problem. Ole2 objects are very complex, and when
scaled it develops problems with its own boundaries.
To determine if it is a scaled Ole2
object, do a Utility/Query/Object. If you must bring in your
object as an Ole2 object, to prevent having to scale it later it is
suggested that you change the scale of the drawing to make sure it is
brought in at the correct scale. You can change your drawing scale
in Options/Unit by going into the Drawing Scale box and changing the
value. After you insert the Ole2 object, make sure you change your
drawing scale back to its original setting.
If you do not need to bring your object
into CADVANCE as an Ole2 object, it is suggested that you bring it in by
opening the document, selecting what you want to copy, (Edit/Copy), then
go into CADVANCE and do an Edit/Paste Special/Picture. The
'Picture' object is an Auxiliary object but not an Ole2 object. It
is neither linked nor embedded, and does not have have same scaling
problems as an Ole2 object.
- Q: Multiple users
on a network can open the same drawing file simultaneously. How
do I prevent this?
- A: Use a unique
User ID for each user on the network. If you have copied the
same Cadvance.ini file to multiple workstations, make sure you then
edit Cadvance.ini on each machine so that each user is given a unique
- Q: Windows
NT (or Windows 2000) is telling me I do not have privileges to install
CADVANCE or the service packs.
- A: System
Administrator Privilege is required for a WinNT/Win2000 user to
install CADVANCE. Log on as System Administrator, then you can
install CADVANCE and service packs.
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