Article - CS25880

How to control line style of Drawings when exporting to PDF format in Creo Parametric

Modified: 27-Sep-2022   

Applies To

  • Windchill PDMLink 10.0 to 11.0
  • Windchill PDMLink 10.0 to 11.0
  • Pro/ENGINEER and Creo Elements/Pro Wildfire 2.0 to Wildfire 5.0
  • Creo Parametric 1.0 to 8.0


  • Model edge lines in drawing views are thicker when the drawing is exported to PDF
  • How to control line style of drawings when saving drawing file to PDF or plotting drawing
  • How to assign the same thickness for the solid line and the balloons
  • How to make all part edges of a sheetmetal part in a drawing of that part have the same line thicknesses when publishing
  • Some characters and lines thickness are changed when saving a copy drawing file to PDF file
  • How to use table.pnt file for export of drawing file to PDF file
  • How to make option pdf_use_pentable work
  • Is it possible to assign a pen number to entity in drawing to control line thickness with a pen table when explotting PDF
  • How to change the dimension and leader line thickness when exporting to PDF
  • How to reconfigure pentable file
  • Engraving outline is displayed improperly (thick line)
  • Creo view drawing text is blocky and too thick inside Drawing template format
  • The Pen table doesn't take the thickness of a pen in unit mm
  • The output PDF lines of the drawings imported from DWG are very thin, and the line type cannot be changed
  • Export PDF drawings have outline around the main component
  • Can drw export PDF in color?
  • Patterned lines printed with a pen table file are wider than solid lines
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