Download and Print Floor Plans from a Browser

This article describes the steps for using Web Account. If you are using the RoomSketcher App, see Save and Print Your Floor Plans.

Once you have generated your high-quality 2D and 3D Floor Plans, you are ready to download them. This article covers the steps in Web Account for these topics:

Download All Floor Plans (Pro)
  1. Go to www.roomsketcher.com and Sign In. Your RoomSketcher Web Account opens.
  2. Click the Projects tab.

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  3. Your project list opens. Click a project name. The Project Dashboard opens.

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  4. On the left, click Download All Floor Plans. The Download All Floor Plans page appears.
    Tip: Make sure you have generated your floor plans first, to do so see: Generate 2D and 3D Floor Plans (Web Account)
  5. In the center of the page, choose the format(s) that you want to include when you download floor plans. You can choose multiple formats for both your 2D Floor Plans and 3D Floor Plans.

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    About the Formats:
    - Letterhead Formats: Formats that include Letterhead in their title provide Floor Plans with an optional logo, disclaimer text, and more. You can edit the items on the letterhead. For more information, see Customize Letterhead.
    - Web Image Format: Formats that include Web Image in their title provide just the floor plan image (as a JPG or PNG), with no logo or surrounding text.
    - Combined Letterhead: Formats that include Combined Letterhead in their title are used for projects with several levels. The letterhead will include each floor in the project on one page.
  6. If you chose a Letterhead format:
    - Under Letterhead Settings (on the right), choose the Orientation (Portrait or Landscape), Paper Size (A4 or Letter), and check or clear Keep Relative Size, which applies to multi-level projects. When Keep Relative Size is checked, the relative size between the floor plans for each level is maintained. Thus, the level with the smallest footprint in the project will also have the smallest footprint when printed.
    - If you chose a Letterhead Image format, under Image Settings (on the right), choose JPG or PNG.
  7. If you chose the Web Image Full Size, Letterhead Image or Combined Letterhead Image format:
    - Under Image Settings (on the right), choose the image format, JPG or PNG.
  8. Click Download Zip. The file will have the same name as your project and be saved in the Downloads folder on your computer.

The maximum number of levels that can be downloaded at once is 5.

Save Your Download Settings

  • You can save your settings for future sessions and projects. On the Download All Floor Plans page, click Save Settings. Your selections will be saved until you save new settings.
  • To return to the default download settings, click Default Settings.
  • When you have set up more than one customer on your account, and you click Save Settings, the settings will be used for all projects assigned to this customer (but not for any other customer).
    (See also Add Customers and Floor Plan Profiles to a RoomSketcher Account.)
  • When your account has multiple users, only the users with skill Admin can save the download settings. (See also Add Users to a RoomSketcher Account.)

Download Individual Floor Plans (Pro, VIP, Free)
  1. Go to www.roomsketcher.com and Sign In. Your RoomSketcher Web Account opens.
  2. Click the Projects tab. Your project list opens.
  3. Click a project name. The Project Dashboard opens.
  4. Click Download 2D Floor Plans or Download 3D Floor Plans.
    Tip: If you haven’t generated your floor plans yet, simply click on the gearwheels symbol to generate each floor plan individually.
  5. In the upper-right, choose your Download Format.

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    - Choose a format that starts with Web Image to download just the floor plan image, with no logo or surrounding text.
    - Choose a format that starts with Letterhead to download a printable floor plan with the project and level name. Pro subscribers can have an optional logo, disclaimer text, and more. If you want to print your floor plans to a certain scale, use one of the scale options. For example, choose Scale (1:100) if you want each meter in the project to be represented as a centimeter on the page.
    Tip: If you have a RoomSketcher Pro subscription, you can edit items on the letterhead such as your logo, disclaimer text, and more. See Customize Letterhead.

    you see Invalid Paper Size as file name, then the scale you have chosen doesn't fit on the paper size. Try to use a larger paper size and/or different scale. 

  6. If you chose a Web Image or Letterhead Image format, then under Image Settings choose the Format: JPG or PNG.

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  7. If you chose a Letterhead format, then review the Letterhead Settings.

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    - Keep Relative Size applies to multi-level projects. When Keep Relative Size is checked, the relative size between the floor plans for each level is maintained. Thus, the level with the smallest footprint in the project will also have the smallest footprint when printed.
    Tip: You find more options for Paper Sizes in the RoomSketcher App, see
    Save and Print Your Floor Plans
  8. When you finish selecting options, click the blue Download button in the center of the page.

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    If your project has multiple floors or levels, you will also see a Combined Letterheadoption that allows you to download and print all the levels on the same page. For example, if you have a project with two floors/levels and you choose Combined Letterhead for your 2D Floor Plans, you will receive one page with two 2D Floor Plans printed on it.

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Print Your Floor Plans

To print a floor plan, follow the instructions above to download the Floor Plan as a PDF and then print the downloaded PDF.  

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