Subject: Restoring named views

After you save one or more named views, you can restore any of those views in the current window using either the View command or CADdirect’s Explorer.    

To restore a named view from the Explorer

Do one of the following:

   Select the view name in the list of View settings, and then choose Edit > Current.

   Select the view name in the list of View settings, and then click the Current tool ().

   Double-click the view name in the View list.

To restore a named view using the View command

   1   Do one of the following to choose View Manager ():

   On the ribbon, choose View > View Manager (in Views).

   On the menu, choose View > View Manager.

   On the View toolbar, click the View Manager tool.

   Type view and then press Enter.

   2   Select the view you want to restore.

   3   Click OK.

Restoring a named view can be affected by smooth view transitions.
Type vtoptions to specify whether smooth view transitions are used when restoring a named view (the view rotation), and to specify speed and performance settings.

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