AutoCAD paper space question

I have attached a few jpg images to my layout space but I want to get rid/hide of the boundary of the images. Any idea on how I can do that?

Select the images and turn off Stroke in Shape Style.

I have sketch pro 2020 on Mac. I don’t seem to be able to find it :confused:

Try Window>Shape style.

What program is that picture from? Modify, Blocks, .dwg, looks like Autocad.

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Very few of us use AutoCad, especially on the Mac. See the AutoCad documentation about the Imageframe command.

You won’t find LayOut’s Shape Style panel in AutoCAD. Try looking in the Window menu in LayOut instead.

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The FRAME system variable overrides the IMAGEFRAME setting. Use the IMAGEFRAME system variable after the FRAME system variable to reset the image frame settings.

|Value| Description

|0| The image frame is not displayed or plotted.

The frame temporarily reappears during selection preview or object selection.|
|1|Displays and plots the image frame.|
|2|Displays but does not plot the image frame.|

I was able to do it this way. Thanks all!

So this has absolutely nothing to do with LayOut?

It is a command available in both model space and layout.

Are you referring to AutoCAD?

Omg I just realized I asked an AutoCAD question my the SketchUp forum instead of the Autodesk forum. My sincere apologies to anyone who got confused.

Seems like you are confusing Autocad’s paper space with SketchUp’s Layout software , you are in the wrong forum, I guess?

Don’t worry, these quarantine days are hard for everyone :wink: