So you’ve attached your image most likely using one of the following methods:
- The IMAGEATTACH command
- Insert>Raster Image Reference
- Attach Image on the Xref dialog box
- Drag/Drop an image file from windows explorer
But now, with your image in your drawing, you’re getting a horrible border or frame around your image. Chances are a lot of you will have come across this already but for anyone that hasn’t it is fixable using the IMAGEFRAME system variable. With this set to 0, you will have no border whatsoever. Great, but with this option you can’t select the image! Setting IMAGEFRAME to 1 makes frames visible again, and you can therefore select them again. But you don’t really want to keep switching between the two all the time when working. Setting IMAGEFRAME to 2 solves the problem – the image border or frame is visible in AutoCAD®, but is hidden when printed.