Have you ever sent your plot to the plotter only to notice that the frames are visible around the images?
The problem is that if you set the frame visibility off (imageframe=0), then you can't select the image and execute commands on it such as draworder.
So you can spend your time changing the visibility of the image frame on then off, or you can take the advice of Lynn Allen and set the imageframe variable to 2. This will allow the frame to be visible, but it won't plot. This funcationality has even been added to AutoCAD LT 2009.
One more thing before I go. This variable is drawing specific, so you can set it in your template and never have to worry about it again for new drawings created from the template.
Technorati Tags: 2009 AutoCAD Images