AutoCAD Tutorial: Turn Off the Line Around Images with Imageframe
In todays CAD tutorial video I teach you how to get rid of the annoying outline that surrounds images that have been inserted in your drawings. Sometimes this can be a major annoyance when you just don’t know how come you have a black line around a nice clean white image when your drawing is printed off.
The “imageframe” is an automatic border added to externally referenced images in Autocad, even though it is helpful when needing to drag or resize your image, more often than not you don’t want it to plot when your drawing is finished.
Watch the tutorial to learn exactly how to use the imageframe command to remove the border from your image.
In the video below I show you how to remove the line that goes around images when inserted into autocad. Its called an imageframe and is super simple to get rid of. This will stop it from printing and help you if you’ve wondered how to remove it.
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