Subject: Switching to a preset viewing direction
Using preset views, you can quickly change the viewing direction to look at the drawing from a different vantage point or to work on a three-dimensional model from a different orientation.
1 Do one of the following:
• On the ribbon, go to the Views area of the View tab.
• On the menu, choose View > 3D Views.
• Go to the View toolbar.
• Type view.
2 Select or type the name of one of the following:
• Top, Front, Right Side, Left Side, Back Bottom
• Aerial, Left Front; Aerial, Right Front; Aerial, Right Rear; Aerial, Left Rear
• Below, Left Front; Below, Right Front; Below, Right Rear; Below, Left Rear
1 Do one of the following to choose Preset Viewpoints ():
• On the ribbon, choose View > Preset Viewpoints (in Views).
• On the menu, choose View > Preset Viewpoints.
• On the View toolbar, click the Preset Viewpoints tool.
• Type setvpoint and then press Enter.
2 Click the preset view you want to use.
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