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Using named views

As you work on a drawing, you may find that you frequently switch among different portions of it. For example, if you are drawing the floor plan of a house, you may zoom in to particular rooms of the house and then zoom out to display the entire house. Although you can repeat the Pan and Zoom commands to do this, it is much easier to save various views of the drawing as named views. You can then quickly switch among these views. You can save and later restore named views using either the View command or the Views element in the progeCAD Explorer.

To display Views in the progeCAD Explorer

  • Choose Settings > Explore Views.
  • On the Settings toolbar, click the Explore Views tool ().
  • Type expviews and then press Enter.
  • Choose Tools > progeCAD Explorer, and then click the Views element.

Changing named view properties

Restoring named views

Saving and naming views

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