Printing blueprints from SolidWorks

I was wondering if there was a way to print SolidWorks pictures in a blueprint format. We were thinking it would be cool to put pictures of our robot on the walls of our computer lab, but can’t seem to figure out if there’s a way to actually print them kinda blue and chalky and stuff…
~Stef, Edina Robotics FIRST Team 1816, The Green Machine

The only way I can see to do this is to open your drawing file and change your colors on your screen to have a blue background, and white dimensions.
(Tools > Options > (System Options Tab) > Colors)

You may also have to pull up your “Layer” toolbar and change applicable things from black to white as well if you have layers set up in your drawing.
(View > Toolbars > Layer)

Then when you’re satisfied how your screen looks just like a blueprint with a blue background, and white font and dimensions, you don’t want to print the drawing per-say but “save as” a jpeg (image) file right from SW which you can do.

It will take a snapshot of what your screen looks like, and then you can print it (on a color printer) from a photo editing software such as something as simple as Microsoft paint.

Good Luck, and let me know if any of that didn’t make sense.