To edit the page settings:
Click File and Page Setup.
Modify the settings as needed and then click the OK button.
The Page Setup dialog contains many options for setting the
drawing size, print scale, and the lot size of your landscape design.
Important: These settings are only used by the Print Plan
command, not the Print Viewport or Export Viewport to File commands.
scale option determines how your landscape design will be scaled when printing
the Plan view. For example, the print scale is set to 1” = 10’, then when
printing the Plan view with the Use print scale option enabled, your landscape
design will be sized so that 10 feet in the design appears as one inch on
drawing size determines how large your landscape is in terms of paper size. If
the drawing size is larger than a single sheet of paper, then multiple sheets of
paper can be printed to. Crop marks will be printed where the separate pieces of
paper should be joined together.
The Lot size
determines how large your landscape is in terms of feet or meters. A predefined
lot size can be selected or you can set your own. The length and width of the
lot size can extend to 1500 feet (457 meters), which is approximately 51 acres.
It is usually best to use the smallest lot size that will fit your landscape
Orientation determines whether your design is printed as a Portrait or a
Black and white
Black and white option determines whether your landscape design is printed in
full color or completely desaturated.
Print crop marks
Print crop marks option determines whether crop marks are added to each piece of
paper to designate where the papers should be joined together. Crop marks are
only added if multiple sheets of paper are needed to print the design.
Print the grid
Print the grid option determines whether the grid is added when printing. To
modify the grid, see Snap Settings.
Use print scale
print scale option determines if the Print scale is taken into account when
printing. If the Print to one sheet option is selected instead, then the print
scale will be ignored.
Print to one sheet
Print to one sheet option determines if the landscape design is sized to fit a
single piece of paper, ignoring the print scale settings.
Fit to x by y
The Fit to x by y sheets option is used to ignore the print scale
and size the design to fit the number of sheets of paper designated.
quality option can be set to Low, Medium, or High to determine the clarity of
the printout. It is recommended to always set the print quality to High unless
creating quick test prints.
preview diagram displays to the lower-right of the Page Setup dialog, and
visually explains how the drawing will be sized on the paper.
Printing the Plan
Exporting the Plan View to
Printing the Viewport
Exporting the Viewport to a
Printing a Screen