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    Problems Printing - Setting Incompatible

    I seem to have a reoccurring issue printing.

    Typically I have no issues printing to any of our printers/plotters or Bluebeam, however something is preventing me from printing at least once a day.

    I'm not sure what is causing the printer settings to suddenly become incompatible with all of my printers. Normally it's just a sheet size or something that the printer can't print and you change it. When it happens for me, all the printer setup settings are grayed out, I can't change anything.

    Using Revit 2017, it's a new pc and a problem I didn't previously have.

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    #2
    Maybe try to print it to PDf first? I always frist print to PDF before i plot, from my experience it works better that way.
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      #3
      Same problem printing to pdf, I can't change any printer settings regardless of which printer it is.

      I've a feeling maybe it's related to bluebeam, I get a warning popup saying bluebeam isn't compatible with one of my settings.

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        #4
        Anyone else facing this problem and how did you resolve it?

        I have the same issue with Revit 2019 (same project as previously with 2017).

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          #5
          as it's a new PC have you created the printer page settings within Revit (ie A1 to A3 etc)

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            #6
            Originally posted by robp View Post
            as it's a new PC have you created the printer page settings within Revit (ie A1 to A3 etc)
            I've been using the ones which were pre-loaded/already there since the beginning of the project.

            I have a feeling it's to do with how page sizes are named, BlueBeam calls is "ISO A3" while our printer calls it "A3", typically I get a warning about incompatible settings and you can change them, however this doesn't always work like that.

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