For this Have You Tried, we’re going to give names to AutoCAD views.
A view consists of a specific magnification, location, and orientation that you can save and assign a name. This is called a named view. Named views make it easy to return to a specific view of the drawing at any time. Specific layer visibility settings can also be included in a named view.
We’ll go over how to:
• Create a named view
• Restore a named view
• Update the named view’s layer visibility settings
• Hyperlink to a named view
• Insert a named view in a layout
Learn how to make the most of named views, with the step-by-step examples in the Have You Tried: Views with Names topic.
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