Crops the display of
a selected PDF underlay to a specified boundary.
Ribbon: Insert tab Reference
panel ClipNot available on the ribbon in
the current workspace
Shortcut menu: Select
a PDF underlay to clip, right-click and click PDF Clip.
The clipping boundary determines the portion
of an image outside the boundary that is hidden. The visibility
of the clipping boundary is controlled by the FRAME system variable.
The boundary you specify
must be in a plane parallel to the PDF underlay.
Use the generic CLIP
to clip images, external references, viewports, and underlays.
List of Prompts
The following prompts
Turns on clipping and
displays the PDF underlay clipped to the previously defined boundary.
Turns off clipping and
displays the entire PDF underlay and frame.
If you re-clip the PDF
underlay while clipping is turned off, clipping is automatically
turned back on. You are prompted to delete the old boundary even
when clipping is turned off and the clipping boundary is not visible.
Removes a predefined
clipping boundary and displays the full original underlay.
Defines a rectangular or polygonal clipping boundary,
or generates a polygonal clipping boundary from a polyline.
Defines the boundary with the selected polyline.
The polyline can be open but must consist of straight line segments
and cannot intersect itself.
Defines a polygonal clipping boundary with three
or more points that you specify for the vertices of a polygon.
Defines a rectangular boundary with the points that
you specify for opposite corners.
- Invert Clip
Inverts the mode of the
clipping boundary: objects are clipped either outside the boundary or
inside the boundary.
NoteYou can only create
a new clipping boundary for a selected PDF underlay when the old boundary