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Deleting Exposure

You can delete a drawing’s exposure in several simple ways. Note that when you delete a drawing’s exposure from the Timeline or Xsheet view, you are not deleting the actual drawing file. You can always bring it back by typing its name again in a cell.

You can delete the exposure contained in a selected cell range or delete the entire exposure of a drawing exposed over several cells. Note that you can also delete the exposure for drawings contained inside a collapsed group.

To delete selected exposures:

1. In the Timeline or Xsheet view, select the exposure you want to delete.
2. Right-click on the selection and select Delete or press [Delete].

To completely clear the exposure of a drawing:

1. In the Timeline or Xsheet view, select a cell of a drawing exposed over several cells.
2. Do one of the following:
In the top menu, select Animation > Cell > Clear Exposure.
In the Timeline view, right-click on the selection and select Exposure > Clear Exposure.
Click the Clear Exposure button in the Timeline View toolbar’s extra buttons.

Related Topics 

Filling Exposure
Layer and Column Concepts