Hi all, I've searched the forums with no luck and thought I'd post here first before mailing Nbos support. Hope someone here can assist
I'm printing maps I've created for a miniatures games. I've set up a 1" grid (5 x 5 feet). When I view the map, its all perfect - the grid is clearly visible at all zoom levels. I print using the fixed scale 1" option and the grid is clear on the print preview. On the actual printout however, the gridlines are almost invisible. They are there but look like they are really thin and disappear almost completely into the background detail. I;ve tried using different colours for the gridlines - black, white, red etc, but it mkaes no difference, all looks fine on the map or print preview, but print so thin that it fades onto the background. I'm making raster maps and printing on a Canon Pixma IP4840 bubblejet printer if that matters.
Is there something I should be doing to make the grid lines more prominent on the printed maps? Is there perhaps a way to control the thickness of the printed gridlines?
Thanks i advance!