Image-Ribbon-Contextual-Tab

Image Ribbon Contextual Tab

Image Ribbon Contextual Tab

Controls image display and appearance.

When you select a raster image that is attached to a drawing, the Image Contextual
tab appears on the ribbon.

List of Options

The following options are displayed.

Adjust Panel

Brightness Controls the brightness and the contrast of the image. The greater the value, the
brighter the image.
Contrast Controls the contrast and the fading effect of the image. The greater the value, the
more the image fades.
Fade Controls the fading of an image. The greater the value, the more the image blends
with the current background color.

Clipping Panel

Create Clipping Boundary Deletes the old clipping boundary (if one exists) and creates a new one.
Remove Clipping Deletes the clipping boundary.

Options Panel

Show Image Hides or displays the image.
Transparency Turns transparency on so that objects beneath the image are visible.
External References Displays the External References Palette.

Learning AutoCad

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