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    Default SSM ignores all Page Setups that have their plot area set to "Window".

    Is it possible to add a publish override (page setup) that uses a window to print from with the Sheet Set Manager?
    When I add a page setup with a window print it “does not list in the publish overrides) in the sheet set manager.
    Do you know of a way to accomplish this using the ssm’s publish overrides?
    Thank you for your input on this subject.
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    Default Re: SSM ignores all Page Setups that have their plot area set to "Window".

    Unfortunately this is not possible. It needs to be Layout.
    But it makes a good wish to make to Autodesk or via AUGI.
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