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Break the link of PDF Underlay in AutoCAD 2013

Break the link of PDF Underlay in AutoCAD 2013

(OP)
Hi,

Can any tell me how to break the link of PDF that attached as PDF Undelay in AutoCAD?
Actually I have a PDF drawing that need to be attached in AutoCAD template as image. I tried many method but not getting clear image. Finally I got this method which gives me clear image but the link is the problem. I have to always keep the PDF file along with DWG in order to protect the linkage.
Any other method would be appreciated by which I can get clear image.

Thanks in advance.

Bambila
Mechanical Engineer

RE: Break the link of PDF Underlay in AutoCAD 2013

(OP)
I wanted that PDF to be retained in drawing. only link (where the pdf is located) to be broken.

It is inserted into the drawing using 'PDFUnderlay' option.

Bambila
Mechanical Engineer

RE: Break the link of PDF Underlay in AutoCAD 2013

should be in the xref dialog, click unload

RE: Break the link of PDF Underlay in AutoCAD 2013

Please open the Xref Dialog and click the Unload to break the link of the PDF file.


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