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When I print sections, they don't always print whats in the section view. WHY?
When you say Section View, are you referring to one frame of the drawing layout? Or do you mean a Side Elevation? Does it look right on the screen but wrong on paper? How does it look in Print Preview?
Yes, section/side elevation looking thru the cabinet. If you are familiar with Cabinetware, it would show the internal structure of the cabinet.
In print preview it looks right, but when you print it, only the exterior frame of the cabinet prints.
No, I'm not familiar with Cabinetware.
Printing Side Elevations is working fine for me. Here's a workaround that might work ...
When printing in 2020, try changing the printer to "Microsoft Print to PDF" (it should be included as part of Windows 10) or any other PDF printer driver you may have. You'll be prompted to pick a file location and file name. I'll often use Desktop. Once the print job is complete, minimize 2020 and go to your saved location and open the pdf file you just saved. Does it look right? If so, now print that to your paper printer.