Printing Combination States in Model-Based Definition


Printing Combination States in Model-Based Definition

You can print a model that contains combination states so that each individual combination state prints on a separate page. To specify what combination states you want to print, select All, Current, or Range. Define a drawing format to apply to what is being printed. To specify the name of the format file (*.frm) to use as the default for printing models, set the configuration option cs_print_use_frm_file.

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