Thursday, August 7, 2014

Hide Image Frame or Turn Off Image Border in AutoCAD - Remove Boundaries

Often one needs to insert images into AutoCAD and then you print them. The default setting is a line around the image, that means, a frame or border around it, this might not be necessary when you plot your drawing. In the following video tutorial, we will watch a demonstration of how to hide or remove it.

You have 2 options to hide image frame:
OPTION 1: IMAGEFRAME (AutoCAD Command)
You can hide image boundaries. Hiding the image boundary prevents the boundary from being plotted or displayed.

OPTION 2: TFRAMES (Express Tool Command)
Toggles the display of frames for all wipeout and image objects. Use TFRAMES to hide or display the frames of wipeouts and images in a drawing.

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