The "Append" feature should work for adding in the addtional pagesetups.
but the i don't think the other part of your reply is what i was looking for.
what i have are pagesetups for an 11x17 printer, a full size (say 30x42 page) and a half size (say 15x21).
with these three liasted in the pagesetup dialog box in autocad i can select the 30x42 pagesetup and hit the "set currect" button so that when plotting (and i use the Sheet Set Manager a lot) i select what every drawings i want then select "publish to plotter and i get full size drawings with just a couple of mouse clicks, no opening and closing of the drawings.
for 11x17 or half size i select the drawings and then select "Publish with Dialog Box" and my pagesetups are right there to select.
quote:2. How can i Set Current one of the pagesetups Hurricane imports?current
The only way I know to manipulate the selection of the pagesetups is through the -plot command, unless you have a lisp to do it (along with other things) (like my previous link showed).
You can use the -PLOT command to get to the first prompt, but your script must say NO to the Detailed plot config prompt.
Command: -plot Detailed plot configuration? [Yes/No] <No>: <-Just say no! Enter a layout name or <Model>: Enter a page setup name <>: <-Enter pagesetup you want to select Enter an output device name or <HP LaserJet 6P>: Write the plot to a file [Yes/No] <N>: Save changes to page setup [Yes/No]? <N> Y<-Save it Proceed with plot [Yes/No] <Y>: N<-Don't plot it (unless you want to) Command: