Clearing a cell in Custom Layout (Print Module)

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I've looked in the menus and right-clicking etc. but haven't found a way to remove an image from a cell in a custom layout. I can delete the whole cell, but not simply remove an image, leaving the cell empty. Google was no help either. Is this just not possible?
 
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The same. I do not know of a way. But why would you need to?
You either want a photo in a cell or you don't want the cell there at all, and it is simple to change the photo by simply dragging on another photo.
 
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You can do it by saving the Print - which becomes a collection - and then removing that photo from the Print collection. This then leaves a blank cell.
 

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Unusual, I agree, but I wanted to print a single image twice on the same sheet of paper, using different ICC profiles for a visual comparison
 

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You can do it by saving the Print - which becomes a collection - and then removing that photo from the Print collection. This then leaves a blank cell.
Oh! Very good, I see how that would work. A bit convoluted but in the absence of a 'Clear cell' command it will do the trick. Not sure it's any quicker that deleting and recreating the cell though.
 
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It's certainly convoluted, but it also keeps the empty cell exactly where you want. WIth the Print-collection saved, you can then print with some blank space or go off looking for other images to add to the collection and then to the print layout.
 

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Create an empty (=white) image and put it on the first place in the second run and the alternative on the second place and so on.

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Thanks Franz - I did think of that one, but it seemed a bit like overkill for what I'd hoped would be a simple task.
 
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