Can you plot a drawing without actually opening it?
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Maybe a stupid question but here goes: How does one get to the print/plot pen mapping file ? CONFIDENTIALITY NOTE: This electronic transmission, including all attachments, is directed in confidence solely to the person(s) to whom it is addressed, or an authorized recipient, and may not otherwise be distributed, copied or disclosed. The contents of the transmission may also be subject to intellectual property rights and all such rights are expressly claimed and are not waived. If you have received this transmission in error, please notify the sender immediately by return electronic transmission and then immediately delete this transmission, including all attachments, without copying, distributing or disclosing same. EXPORT CONTROL STATEMENT: In the event this document (or any of the enclosures) contains technical data within the definition of the International Traffic in Arms Regulations or Export Administration Regulations, it is subject to the export control laws of the U.S. Government. Transfer of this data by any means to a foreign person, whether in the United States or abroad, without an export license or other approval from the U.S. Department of State or Commerce, is prohibited.
Check for a config.pro option called "pen_table_file". Also look in the folder specified by the config.pro option "pro_plot_config_dir". If configured, the plotter configuration files (.pcf) may also refer to their own pen table files. If neither of these are configured, then look in your startup working directory.
By the way, both the pen table files and plotter config files are plain text and can be viewed/edited in any text editor (like notepad).