Customizes a page to your specific requirements. Some options can be unavailable, based on the printer and printer driver that you select.
Specifies the size of the paper or envelope that you want to use.
Specifies where the paper you want to use is located in the printer. Different printer models support different paper sources, such as the upper tray, envelope feed, and manual feed.
Positions the document so that the short edge of the paper is the top of the page.
Positions the document so that the long edge of the paper is the top of the page.
Width specifies the width of the printable area on the page. Height specifies the height of the printable area on the page.
Width specifies the width of the page. Height specifies the height of the page.
Specifies the horizontal size of the image.
Specifies the vertical size of the image.
Specifies the left position of the origin point in the image.
Specifies the top position of the origin point in the image.
Fit to printable area
Reduces or enlarges the image to fit in the maximum printable area.
Centers the print horizontally in the dimensions specified for print. The image will be centered across the x-axis in the maximum printable area.
Centers the print vertically in the dimensions specified for print. The image will be centered across the y-axis in the maximum printable area.
Enter a value from 0.1 to 10.0 to adjust the Gamma to more closely match the screen display or other images. Typical effective values range from 1 to 2.
High resolution image only
Keep Aspect Ratio
Select to retain the proportion (x and y relationship) of the image. If you change either the horizontal or vertical image size, the opposite value changes to retain the proportion of the image. You cannot edit the values if Fit to Printable Area is selected. The value in parentheses displays the size of the image in pixels.
Specifies the level to improve images by smoothing the transitions between model edges. You can select one of four levels. Level 1 (default) applies no anti- aliasing; level 4 applies the maximum. Print processing times increase as you increase the anti-alias level.
If you are trying to get a higher resolution output, but you have less than the recommended screen resolution, click Single View Layout on the Window toolbar. You will then be able to use snapshot with a higher Anti-alias setting.
The Visuals tab is only available in Tablet mode and only enabled if Smart Review is using graphics card acceleration.
Anti-aliasing uses your system’s display adapter to smooth surfaces in the model. You can use Anti-alias in the Main view by itself or in combination with Shadows and Outline settings in which the outline width is set to 2 or 3.
Ambient Occlusion is not supported for snapshots.
Resolutions in pixels/inch
Specifies the resolution for the print job in pixels per inch. The printer reduces the image for values greater than its maximum resolution.
Specifies the number of pages horizontally that the image is tiled on multiple pages.
Specifies the number of pages vertically that the image is tiled on multiple pages.
Sets printer options.
The high-resolution printing options are visible in the Page Setup dialog box in all modules. However, the options are only supported in the full product and the Photo-Realism module.
Some features are not supported in high-resolution printing, especially when Anti-alias settings are greater than 1. These features include measurements and data annotations.