To import a file into an active drawing
2. Choose the folder where the file is stored.
3. Choose a file format from the
Files of type list box.
4. Click the filename.
If the file contains text in a language different from that of your
operating system, choose the corresponding option from the Code page
list box to ensure that object names, keywords, and notes are
6. Enable any of the following check boxes that are available:
Link bitmap externally lets you link a bitmap externally instead
of embedding it in a file
Combine multi-layer bitmap automatically merges the layers
within a bitmap
Extract embedded ICC profile lets you save the embedded
International Color Consortium (ICC) profile to the color folder
where the application is installed
Check for watermark lets you check the image for a watermark and
any information it contains, such as copyright
Do not show filter dialog lets you use the filters default
settings without opening its dialog box
Maintain layers and pages lets you preserve layers and pages
when importing files. If you disable the check box, all layers are
combined into a single layer.
Link to high resolution file for output using OPI lets you
insert a low-resolution version of a TIFF or Scitex Continuous Tone
(CT) file into a document. The
low-resolution version is linked with the
high-resolution image, which resides on an Open Prepress Interface (OPI) server.
Import, and do one of the following:
Click the drawing page to maintain original file and position
top-left corner where you click.
Click and drag on the drawing page to resize the file. The import
cursor displays the dimensions of the resized file as you drag on
the drawing page.
Press Enter to center the file on the drawing page.
Active snapping options are applied to the imported file.
Not all importing options are available for all file formats.
Multilayered bitmaps can be imported by default.
You can import multiple files. Hold down
Shift + click to select
consecutive files in a list. Hold down Ctrl + click to select