The Model Maker allows you to create a template of your plan that can be printed to scale and assembled into an actual 3D model.
If you are using a non-English system, you may need to adjust your printer settings to ensure the dialogs are consistent.
Saving a design into a PDF is a common practice. In this article we will show you how to you can create a PDF file from any program.
Each version of Home Designer is optimized for each type of user. If you are seeing this error, you may not have the right product for you.
In order to accurately show your design's over all size you need to print it to scale. Read more to learn how to do this and exactly what this means.
Sometimes your drawing may be too large to print to a single sheet if you do not have a large format printer. In that case you can print to multiple sheets.
Printing your design is the perfect way to share it with others. Here we will learn to print a design to standard letter size paper.
Having trouble printing? Here are some things you can try before contacting Technical Support.
Line weight scaling affects both line weights and line styles and can be particularly noticeable with dashed line styles. When a view is sent to layout, line weights may be affected by the drawing scale selected for the view. This occurs when the layout view’s scale is different from the drawing scale of the original view. You can specify the drawing scale for any orthogonal view by opening the Drawing Sheet Setup dialog while in that view. A message may appear when the Line Weight Scale setting for a view being sent to layout is not the same as the Line Weight Scale setting for the plan file.