To insert an image from the Command
- Set the FILEDIA system variable to 0.
Consult the AutoCAD Command
Reference if you need more information.
- At the Command prompt, enter mapiinsert.
- Do one of the following:
- Type the name of the image to insert
including its file extension.
If you do not specify a path to the image, then AutoCAD Map 3D searches
for the image using the Project Files Search
Path set in the Files tab
of the AutoCAD Options dialog box.
- Type the path to the image, the image
name, and the file extension, for example: c:\Projects\Images\contour.rlc
AutoCAD Map 3D searches for the image on the path
that you specify. If it cannot locate the image on this path, then
it searches for the image using the Project Files Search
FILEDIA is set to <0>, you can display the Insert
Image dialog box by typing a tilde (~)
in response to a command prompt.
When AutoCAD Map 3D locates
the image, it inserts it into your drawing. If there is correlation
data stored with the image, then AutoCAD Map 3D inserts the image using
you cannot see the image after you insert it, zoom to the extents
of the drawing or use the Image Management
box to zoom to