- Don't actually display the
images, just print the filename in a box of the correct size. This
is useful if you want to print out a draft copy of a document to
check the text rather than the images.
- Opposite of
- Don't show rotated
- Don't show scaled text.
Example (Draft Mode):
Draft mode helps to speed up compilation of a large document when you are editing the text. In the preamble:
Later in the document:
Exercise 15: Using the graphicx Package
For more information on the graphicx package see The LaTeX Graphics Companion  or the graphicx documentation.
Related UK FAQ topics:
- How to import graphics into (La)TeX documents
- Imported graphics in PDFLaTeX
- Imported graphics in dvips
- Imported graphics in dvipdfm
- Importing graphics from “somewhere else”
- Portable imported graphics
- Repeated graphics in a document
- Limit the width of imported graphics
- Top-aligning imported graphics
- Labelling graphics
- Graphics division by zero