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For your text question, have a look at the Raves & Rants Section (Thread Title: Contracts) I have mentioned some tips there. When you start the text command, right-mouse click to pop-up the text editor window. You can enter paragraphs of text there, or import text from your favourite word processor. VX also has a basic text editor with a larger window that can be used for the same job.
Not sure what you are doing with your printing because, by default, VX does exactly what you say you want it to do! However, I wouldn't recommend white lines on a white background It may be that you are just printing directly via the print command, without first setting things up as you want them via the print dialog? In particular, set Windows printing via File/Print Setup, Advanced tab, by loading the "generic_emf.plt" printing driver. For lots of useful info, try a search in the help for "Print Setup".
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You cannot use a v13 Config file in v12, they are two different animals, but you can set the line colours and background to suit your taste very easily via the Config dialog.
To set the background of a Root Object (Part/Sketch/Drawing Sheet/CamPlan), use Utilities/Configuration/Background.
Each Object can have it's own background colour/image.
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Rather than mucking around with this all the time, get it working correctly with say the Colour output and save as a setup. Then setup as B&W and when sorted save that setup. Then depending on what you are doing, load the appropriate setup.
So whilst printing ait as easy to sort out as some others, it does have a lot more options and flexibility once mastered. It can do almost anything.
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Mudcrab is right. Back in version 10 and 11 it was necessary to go to the color tab and swap pens 15 and 16. There is a restriction when printing that your background can not be set to gradient. Version 12 is set up to print with a white background so you shouln't have to change this setting anymore.
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