When I have ONE viewport showing a 3D model in isometric using Conceptual Visual Style, AutoCAD 2012 will plot my Layout just fine (although I wish I could force text & dimensions to monochrome).
However, when I have more than one Viewport (using a visual style) on a Layout, AutoCAD plots only what exists on the Layout (i.e. in Paper Space) and will NOT plot the contents of the Viewports.
This forces me to using one Layout Tab for each desired Viewport, which IMHO is simply wrong when all could fit on a D-size sheet.
Does anyone know why this happens and is there a way to make AutoCAD do what it should? Could this be a limitation of older hardware?