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True color printing
Drawings can be printed to color output devices that are capable of producing color rastering. This feature is available on PostScript© Level 2 printers and HPGL/2 printers. This means, for example, that if you have access to an HP DesignJet 650C color printer you can print any number of colors up to the capability of the printer.
If you print to a pen-plotter, clear the True Color option. This is because the pen-plotter cannot correctly assign colors (rastered) to pens.
If you have a drawing that contains elements in the color white and specify true color printing, the elements are drawn in white. When sending drawings to a pen-plotter with the True Color option switched off, the white elements on the screen are converted to black.