Use this dialog box to
correlate an image within the drawing when you insert it.
The Source tab
displays correlation information from the selected correlation source.
The Insertion tab shows how these
settings apply to the current drawing.
- Correlation Source list
Select a correlation
source for the image. If a resource or world file exists for the
image, it is in this list.
- Insertion Point area
View the insertion point
(X, Y, and Z coordinates) for the lower-left corner of the image
frame. On the Source tab, this information
is in the units specified in the Units area
at the bottom of the tab. On the Insertion tab,
this information is in current drawing units.
- Rotation box
Enter the amount of rotation
in current drawing angle units for the image. This value uses the
lower-left corner as the base point.
- Scale box
Enter a scale factor
for the image. A scale factor greater than 1 enlarges the image.
For example, to make the image twice as large, enter 2.
- Density box
Enter the dots (or pixels)
per unit for the image.
- Units list
Select the units for
the insertion point and density. For example, if your image was
scanned at 300 dpi, select Inches.
- Frame Color box
View the current color
for the image frame and for the foreground of a bitonal image. Usually,
this is the current AutoCAD Map 3D color. However, when you insert a
bitonal image, AutoCAD Map 3D first looks for the foreground color in
the image header file or in a resource file. If it cannot find the
color information, then the foreground color defaults to the current AutoCAD Map 3D color.
To change the color, click Select (on
the Insertion tab).