I run into this ALL the time, especially with Exploded Views. Is there anyway to change the border outline of the different Views so that when Saving them as PDFs I don't see this:
I know this has been an issue for awhile.... Can't Solid Edge produce TRANSPARENT frames, or is this all we get?
Well... I've solved my problem.... There's a Radio Buuton up on the Tool Bar that allows you to groom the View Frame called "Modify View Boundary" Watch here:
And Whala! Now my PDF's are look'n good!
Can I KUDO myself !
I guess we all become so sure we know everything that we don't explore enough. This is how I found my own solution. After posting my dilemma, I immediately said someone is going to point out the obvious solution... So I went back at it, and explored the Tool Bar to find the "Modify Boundary" command.... But I like your solution better for drawings with many multiple views like this. Hopefully the slower processing isn't too bod.
To borrow Imi's line "Solid Edge offers many ways to do similar thing", so if some workaround does the trick, you have done a good job of it.
Also, you guessed it right Bob, Taking a hint from the note in the options dialog, I did experiment with it and found the file size was 225 kb Vs. 1.25 MB and the time taken was 3 times as much.
The best part of your approach that I liked is you didn't wait after posting but kept exploring - a habit that I too have and ashamed of a bit till now, but not anymore
An other solution:
Select drawing view and after this use Send to Back or Bring to Front (Sketching tab -> Arrange group.). It depend on your issue!