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Setting 24x15 custom size for Plotting AutoCAD dwg

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HP DesignJet T100
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I'm trying to do a custom setup for plotting AutoCAD drawings. The max width of the printer is 24" yet when I enter 24" as the width and 15" as the height a yellow error appears and says the height must be higher than the width. Entering as 15" width by 24" height brings up the attached result. This is printed in landscape, portrait prints half this size. Have tried adjusting settings in AutoCAD plotter config as well with no change. Also, if successful, is it possible to rename the custom name instead of 24x15 to say Standard Size?

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Have you tried exporting from autocad in PDF format and printing that?

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