For the life of us we cannot get our model to print out or even converted to a simple .jpeg or .pdf. We do manage to get it partially, but never lined up accordingly and always come out a mess. Multiple pages or a single page where the model is very small and off to one corner. We are trying to eventually get it to print to a plotter we have to hang up in our support section for them to have as a visual aid. We have tried every different option or fit page, 1;1, current zoom, etc.
Ensure that your printer/plotter drivers are up to date and that your page sizes are correct. You may wish to experiment with a user defined page scale to see if you can get it to print on a few pages as a test. You can drag a page border in the print preview dialog to resize the user defined scale. Please contact support so they can walk through the steps you are taking.
Thanks Ron, will do!
We had the same problem with a plotter, below is the information we documented to make the images print better, don't know if they will work for you...
View – Diagram and Object Display Option –check Show Page Boundaries. This will enable the page boundaries on the Diagram.
Minimize the data model
Select the complete data model and move it to the top left corner. Keep adjusting the tables and the entire data model until whole diagram comes under one page or two pages , but not in between the pages
Go to print - select printer at the bottom, select landscape or portrait as per need.
Go to properties –Select the appropriate document size or create a custom option select the appropriate width and length of the paper that you might need and name it .
Then select your custom option in the document Size
Adjust the Zoom size in the Data model or create a User Defined scale to fit into the window.
If the data model cannot be adjusted to fit into one paper, either adjust the document size in the printer properties or reduce Zoom level or User defined scale.
If you want to maintain the same zoom level the data model gets printed in 2 or 3 sheets and then we tape the data model.
Make the adjustment to a point where the user has a font big enough to read the table and column names.
Print the data model.