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Input image on dwg

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    Posted: 24.May.2023 at 16:08
Hello, everyone!

I'm having problems exporting files from other software to dwg. The images always come as XREF and I need to do the process of inserting them as "OLE", so that they don't leave the display when I send the file to my final client. ConfusedConfused

Is there any way to automate the process of inserting these images into the dwg file?

Thanks in advance! Wink

Sincerely,
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Automate the insertion of images into DWG documents using scripting (AutoLISP or VBA) and third party plugins that increase effectiveness.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote philippe JOSEPH Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25.May.2023 at 12:05
Hello Deoogo, have you tested the copy/paste ( Ctrl + C / Ctrl + V )?
You are talking about images, Jpeg, BMP, Tiff ?


Edited by philippe JOSEPH - 25.May.2023 at 12:09
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merhaba diogo

https://app.prntscr.com/tr/index.html

If you use the copy command of this program and paste in the autocad program, you will not have any problems.
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OLE images are included in the DWG file but they may print and scale improperly. I would recommend to stay with xrefed images and use eTransmit or cloud sharing to send your drawings to clients.
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FROM WHERE CAN I GET THIS LISP.
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FROM WHERE CAN I GET THIS LISP?
EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE WITH THE HELP OF GOD
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