I not sure why you want to always create drawings with no formats but
you should be able work around it by creating a new B-sized template
that is empty and set that as the default template. This means even
less mouse clicks are required as you DON'T have to uncheck the default
template box in the NEW menu window
thanks dell_boy the reasonI make a lot of drawings with no format is I work more with prototyping than real drawings the boss likes to see pretty pictures ie shaded models or 1:1 top side front views so formats do not apply to me very often.
does anyone know of a sure fire way to get a 1:1SHADED model on screen to printer?
we do not have a B size printer here its A or D the D size paper is used for gluing purposes here and they print it on some kind of wax paper which by the way has to be printed from autocad because as it prints it doesnt grip the paper well and after you print out 3 feet, it has slipped 3/4 of an inch. not sure if i can get pro to allow for this in one direction so i set it up in autocad
if anyone else goes through something like this I would love to hear from you.