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Integrate Jpeg in DWG

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nicolas

Hi,

 

Is it possible to fully integrate a jpeg (ie a logo jpeg) into a drawing instead of image reference? I am working on some catalogues and each page of each catalogue has a logo and forgetting the logo.jpeg once in distribution yield chaotic result.

 

Regards,

 

Nicolas.

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nicolas

Sorry to all of you. I have already posted a thread on the same issue earlier. I post that one thinking that the earlier post was not sent given an internet problem. I have got the solution to it namely opening the jpeg in paint or any other alternative program, select+a (select all), see grip appears around drawing, ctrl+c (copy), back to autocad, ctrl+v (paste). Copy/Paste the file = referenced image (full path).

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zahidrouf

There are several ways you can insert an image into Autocad .

Way 1 : Drag and Drop the image file in to the opened drawing in autocad

Way 2 : Ctrl+c and Ctrl+V into the autocad

Way 3 : Inserting the image from Insert => OLE object => Bitmap image

I would suggest to insert Bmp file in autocad .

Have a Nice Day :)

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Cad64
There are several ways you can insert an image into Autocad .

Way 1 : Drag and Drop the image file in to the opened drawing in autocad

Way 2 : Ctrl+c and Ctrl+V into the autocad

Way 3 : Inserting the image from Insert => OLE object => Bitmap image

 

All of which were already covered when he asked his question the first time.

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