AutoCAD How to Remove Border From Images – Plus PDFs & A Quick Trick! | 2 Minute Tuesday

Hey Everybody!

Brandon here with yet another 2-Minute Tuesday, extending the continuous streak to somewhere over a dozen in a row!

In today’s video we are taking a quick look at the various commands in AutoCAD to turn on / off or remove borders from images, ole objects, pdfs, and wipeouts!

I’m sure you’ve come across these pesky borders (frames) around your images before, plotting an often annoying black line around them.

In the video, we go through a handful of different commands, methods, and variables that allow you to turn on or off the borders around a variety of objects in AutoCAD, including images and pdfs! And at the end, I show you a quick trick that can save you time in the future when it comes to frames!

Check out the video here (How to Remove Image Borders & Frames) or below:


That’s all for today’s quick Autocad Tip, I hope you all were able to take something away from it and able to add a new tool to your CAD toolbox!

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Cheers and happy drafting!


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Brandon is a Civil Designer, Aspiring Blogger/Creator, Husband, Father to two Amazing Kids and Tech Aficionado from a small town in Canada. He has been obsessed with design and technology since he can remember and working as a Civil Designer for nearly as long. Brandon’s blog and Youtube channel, has been his outlet and excuse for keeping up with new tech and trends in the CAD design world for the last 10 years growing to more than 60,000 subscribers and over 15,000,000 views, while also being the source of many great friendships and unique opportunities. If you would like to Sponsor CAD Intentions or Work together in some way, Please visit my About Page and send me an email: