AutoCAD Raster Design General Discussion

AutoCAD Raster Design General Discussion

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grobinson
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Registered: ‎10-31-2003
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Saving overlayed, cropped, & rubbersheeted .tiff images

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09-16-2003 12:44 AM
Hi,
Hopefully someone has done this successfully! I am inserting .tiff images into an Autocad drawing. I have been successful in cropping and rubbersheeting the tiffs to fit the cad map. However, saving has been the big problem. I have tried saving and doing a saveas. When I open the drawing back up, all my edits are gone and it's the original .tiff image that I inserted. What step am I missing? Thanks for the help!
*Daley, Phil
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Re: Saving overlayed, cropped, & rubbersheeted .tiff images

09-18-2003 02:29 AM in reply to: grobinson
Are you doing a File->Save/Saveas or an Image->Save/Saveas?


On Tue, 16 Sep 2003 08:44:35 -0700, gretchen
wrote:

>Hi,

>Hopefully someone has done this successfully! I am inserting .tiff images into an Autocad drawing. I have been successful in cropping and rubbersheeting the tiffs to fit the cad map. However, saving has been the big problem. I have tried saving and doing a saveas. When I open the drawing back up, all my edits are gone and it's the original .tiff image that I inserted. What step am I missing? Thanks for the help!

Phil Daley
*Cedillo, Phil
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Re: Saving overlayed, cropped, & rubbersheeted .tiff images

09-18-2003 03:15 AM in reply to: grobinson
Did you use _ISAVE  or _ISAVEAS? 


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Hi,

Hopefully someone has done this successfully! I am inserting .tiff images
into an Autocad drawing. I have been successful in cropping and rubbersheeting
the tiffs to fit the cad map. However, saving has been the big problem. I have
tried saving and doing a saveas. When I open the drawing back up, all my edits
are gone and it's the original .tiff image that I inserted. What step am I
missing? Thanks for the help!
Active Contributor
grobinson
Posts: 43
Registered: ‎10-31-2003
Message 4 of 5 (295 Views)

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09-18-2003 08:05 AM in reply to: grobinson
I was using just the autocad save and saveas. I didn't even see the isave/isaveas. Thanks for the tip, glad it was a simple solution!
*Cedillo, Phil
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09-19-2003 12:43 AM in reply to: grobinson
You're welcome :-)


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I
was using just the autocad save and saveas. I didn't even see the
isave/isaveas. Thanks for the tip, glad it was a simple
solution!

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