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Tip: Aligning Images in Bricscad v12

I often have users talk to me about their frustration of working with images on their drawings. They complain of having to repeatedly use SCALE, ROTATE, and MOVE to position their image correctly relative to drawing objects, and also find that the image can get in the way during the process. There is an easier way! You can use ALIGN to manipulate your image into place in one go, and can split your modelspace into two using the VPORTS command. Working in combination they make positioning your image a breeze.

 

Using ALIGN makes working with Images easy

The video below goes through the process of inserting and aligning an image to existing drawing geometry. It also shows how you can clip your image, place it behind the other objects on your drawing, and make sure that the image frame doesn’t show when you print.

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