Subject: Unloading and reloading images



If you find that including an image affects system performance, you can unload it so only the image frame displays to mark its location. If you want an unloaded image to print, reload it before printing. You may also want to reload an image if the original file contains new content.

To unload and reload an image

   1   Do one of the following to choose Image Manager ():

   On the ribbon, choose Insert > Image Manager (in Data).

   On the menu, choose Insert > Image > Image Manager.

   On the Image toolbar, click the Image Manager tool.

   Type image and then press Enter.

   2   In the Images list, select the desired image. If there is more than one occurrence of the image in the drawing, do one of the following:

   To unload or reload all occurrences of the image, select a top-level image in the list.

   To unload or reload a single occurrence of the image, expand a top-level image in the list, and then select the individual image.

   3   Do one of the following:

   To unload the image so only its outer edge displays, click Unload.

   To reload the image so its contents display and print, click Reload.

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