Here you can setup the general layout of the page just like you would do in Word for example. The Page Globals Setup has 2 tabs. These are Page and Page Number. The dialog (filled with default values) looks like the image on the right.
Other page sizes
The page size can be set to any value you like, but if you plan to print your instructions it is best to use a standard size.
- Solid Color
- Submodel Level Color (default)
Using the default Submodel Level Color, which is probably the best option, will result in a white background and four levels of different colors for non-called out Submodels. Using Submodels and Callouts will be described later. Using None results in all black pages so this is not recommended. Alternatively you can use a Picture or Solid Color as background. The Change and Browse buttons will be active if you use either of these options and the Fill options is only active when you choose to use a Picture as background.
You can uncheck the checkbox to not display a page number.
Click OK when done setting things up. LPub will redraw the page with your new settings applied.
Changing any options in this setup will result in adding LPub commands to the LDraw file. These will again be show in red capital letters and in this case be added near the first few lines of the file that contains your top level model.
Changing layout >