Subject: Saving and naming views



You can save the view displayed in the current window as a named view. After you save a named view, you can restore that view in the current window at any time.  

To save a portion of the current view as a named view

CADdirect">   1   Do one of the following to choose Explore Views ():     

   On the ribbon, choose Tools > Views (in Explorer).

   On the menu, choose Tools > Explorer > Explore Views.

   On the Explorer toolbar, click the Explore Views tool.

   Type expviews and then press Enter.

   2   Do one of the following:

   Choose Edit > New > View.

   On the Explorer toolbar, click the New Item tool ().

   3   Specify the first corner of the view window.

   4   Specify the opposite corner of the view window.

   5   Type a new name for the view, and then press Enter.

Named views can be created in more ways using the View Manager.
From Explore Views, click the View Manager tool. For more details, see Creating and switching to named views.

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