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#1 d2binh


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Posted 08 January 2015 - 12:22 AM

Inserting an Image from an FTP Site Using the Insert Image Dialog Box
Use the Insert Image dialog box to insert an image file from an FTP site on the Internet.
Unlike images from HTTP sites, images inserted from FTP sites can be saved back to their original location.

Embedding Images in a Drawing
You can save bitonal images within a drawing to simplify file management.
The regular Save operations save drawings and their associated images as separate files, often in different directories. This structure can be difficult to manage if you need to transfer drawings and images to other locations and retain the file relationships. Image embedding (iembed command) provides an alternative for bitonal images by saving them within the host drawing.
An embedded image can be removed from its host drawing and saved as an separate file by using the Un-embed (iunembed) or Save As (isaveas) commands.

Exporting an Image to an FTP Site
If you have access to an FTP site, you can export your images to the Internet.
Exporting a World File
You can export the image correlation without exporting the entire image by using the iworldout command to create a world file .

#2 Hellen_V

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Posted 12 January 2015 - 01:28 PM

It's available to embed image to file in nanoCAD Plus 6:
Insert - External references.. , select image and click Embed.
Also you can save embedded image to file: click Save in this dialog.

Do you really need to insert images from FTP, to export images to FTP and to Word?
I think, it's not necessary do do it directly.
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