Plot Manager 2017 Trial

Plot Manager 2017 Trial

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This is the trail version of the Plot Manager for Autodesk® Revit®. This version has the following limitations:

  • Maximum of 5 sheets at a time
  • Design Filename functionality is disabled
  • Easy access to the output directory is disabled


When you want to work without these limitations and watermark. You can buy the full version the Plot Manager here


You can easily plot your sheets with the Plot Manager for Revit. Select your sheets to print in the list, as sheet set or in the browser organization. And print quick and easy your overall BIM project into one PDF file. Easily select the same paper size for all sheets. Or use the paper size configured within the sheet.


Plot Manager

Starts the Plot Manager dialog. This lets you specify the sheets you want to print to PDF. The paper size to print on. The scale to print, when applicable. Whether the sheets need to be printed to separate files or into one single file. And the filename(s) of the PDF.


Note: This app uses a custom installer (and not the standard App Store installer). 

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About This Version

Version 3.0.14, 2/7/2018
- fixed COM error in novaPDF when profile is readonly - improved check on papersizes - fixed wrong mirrored text when viewport is rotated

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  • Prints fine, but PDF does not match my sheet sizes.
    Antoine Bertrand | June 10, 2017 Verified Download (What's this?)

    This program generally prints the PDF as long as the paper is standard size and existing. No watermark was present in the PDFs made in my tests using the trial version. The dialog is a bit limited: no options for the print settings of the PDF file (resolution for raster, etc), the possibility to make watermarks, security. We have non standard sheet sizes in many projects. This tool does not create the PDF paper with the same size as my Revit title block, even though i selected Paper=As sheet and Scale=As sheet in the dialog. That is a disappointment. It seems to use the next larger paper size available in Windows. Very strange that the program does not make the paper as sheet as it is selected. So it seems that one needs to create manually all the paper sizes before using this tool. This trial is limited to 5 sheets, and not 10 as described above.

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