Jeff & Dean
You have lost me now with the previous responses to the "Save as PDF" thread.
Dean and I are off on a tangent. He thinks that the lower resolution RedSDK renders are acceptable when printing to PDF; I do not.
To go back to my original query - When I saved a (Turbocad Deluxe 2015) drawing to PDF the result was extremely distorted and unusable. I never had an issue with Version 21 and any previous versions in saving files to a PDF...
My PDF saved Drawings have greatly improved as a result. However, they are still not of the quality of previous Versions of TurboCad.
As I said in my first reply, I think you are better off installing a PDF Printer Driver (such as CutePDF) instead of Saving As PDF.
That said, it is not uncommon for functions that worked in one version of TurboCAD to stop working, or to work differently, in subsequent versions. I have my own opinions as to why, but unless and until IMSI decides to hire me to manage their software development, I don't really know who, or what, is responsible.
If I could find how to attach a picture of what I am describing it may make more sense.
To attach an image or file, click Reply (or Quote, as preferred) to open up the text window as you normally do. Below the text window, you will see Attachment and other options
. Click on it to expand. I click on the "Notify me of replies." radio button so I get an e-mail when the thread is updated. If I want to attach an image or file, I do that in the Attach:
section by Browsing to the picture or file I want and selecting it.
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