About Viewing Raster Image Information
You can view file-specific information about the raster images that are attached to
a drawing. You can also load and unload the images and perform other operations using
the External References palette.
In the External References palette, you can view image information either as a list
or as a tree in the File References Pane. To control how the information is displayed
in the External References palette, click the List View or Tree View button in the
upper-right corner. The list view displays the name of each image in the drawing,
its loading status, size, date last modified, and search path. The tree view lists
the images in a hierarchy that shows their nesting level within referenced drawings
and blocks. The status, size, and other information is displayed below in the Details
In either view, you can display information about an image; attach or detach the image;
unload or reload the image; and browse for and save a new search path.
Use the List View
The list view displays the images and any other external references attached to the
current drawing, but it does not specify the number of instances. It is the default
view. You can sort the external references by categories by clicking the column headings.
Change the width of a column by dragging its border to the right or left.
The following information is displayed in the list view:
- Name of the image or selected external reference
- Status (loaded, unloaded, or not found)
- File size
- File type
- Date and time file was last saved
- Name of the saved path
If an image cannot be found, its status is listed as Not Found. A Not Found image
is displayed as an image boundary in the drawing even if the IMAGEFRAME system variable
is set to off. If the image is unreferenced, no instances are attached for the image.
If the image is not loaded, its status is Unloaded. Images with a status of Unloaded
or Not Found are not displayed in the drawing.
Use the Tree View
The top level of the tree view lists referenced files in the order that they were
attached. In most cases an image file is linked directly to the drawing and listed
at the top level. However, if a DWG file reference or a block contains a linked image,
additional levels are displayed.
View Image File Details
In the lower panes of the External References palette, you can preview a selected
image or view image file details, including
- Image name
- Saved path
- Active path (where the image is found)
- File creation date
- File size
- File type
- Color depth
- Image size (pixel width and height, resolution and default size)
View Image Information in the Text Window
You can view image information at the Command prompt. Command prompt image information
includes image name, image path, the number of definitions, and the number of instances
of the image attached to the drawing.
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