I'm using version 9 of the free Adobe Acrobat reader and if you uncheck the "Line Weights" option under the "View" menu the lines will be thin.
PS. I have no idea why it's showing three of the same image.
Finally getting back to this LOL
Yeah that's the first thing I tried last week, unchecking line weights did not make a difference for me. I an wondering, for the threads that show solid black at full page view - Some of them I did with a 1/64 and some with a 1/32" pitch. I am wondering if printing to pdf just is not capable of showing 1/64 and 1/32 pitch threads in full page view? I'm using portrait 8.5 x 11 in drawing setup
Also is there a way to globally set line thickness for a drawing? I know when I click on a part in a drawing I can bring up the properties up for that part of the drawing and set line thickness for that part of the drawing, but where would I set line thickhess for an entire drawing - is that possible?
So in TC itself, are all the options that have anything to do with setting line thickness in paperspace (for on screen viewing & PDF printing) are accessed by
1.) Properties/Pen (by left clicking on the object)
2.) Drawing Setup/Display
3.) File>Page Setup>Rendering
5.) Print>Properties>Layout>Advanced (for PDF)
6.) Options>Drawing Setup
Have I missed anything?