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Hp design jet 750c plus. while plotting auto cad drawing,i command it to plot black/white (mono) but it plots all in color instead.I selected mono button on the printer as well.

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  • alkl6 Feb 20, 2009

    I knew about what you mentioned and had tried earlier,it didn't heip

  • alkl6 Feb 21, 2009

    whatever you mentioned I had tried earlier, it didn't help

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Your plotter driver needs to be set to either black or greyscale. The driver will overide the settings on the plotter unless you set up the plotter in manual. ie the pen thicknesses, colour etc are set in the control panel to manual. The driver takes priority always.

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