View Menu List
At the bottom of the View area you can select a layout of the drawing to be viewed.
As a view is being panned, the cursor changes to indicate when you have reached the virtual extents of the drawing.
Zoom to display an area specified by a rectangular window.With the cursor, you can define an area of the model to fill the entire window.
Zoom interactively to change the magnification of the view.The cursor changes to a magnifying glass with plus (+) and minus (-) signs. See Zoom Shortcut Menu for a description of the options that are available while zooming in real time.
Zoom to display all visible objects and visual aids.
Move around a target. The target of the view stays stationary while the camera location, or point of view, moves. The target point displays temporarily as a small, dark sphere. The method used for locating the target point is determined by the ORBITAUTOTARGET system variable.
Choose “Full Screen” or “Control+U“ to view as full screen.
Regenerate the drawing from within the current viewport.REGEN regenerates the drawing with the following effects:• Recompute the locations and visibility for all objects in the current viewport• Reindex the drawing database for optimum display and object selection performance• Reset the overall area available for real-time panning and zooming in the current viewport
The simplest method of backtracking is to use the UNDO or Ctrl+Z commands to undo a single action.
You can reverse the effect of UNDO command by using REDO (Ctrl+Y) immediately after using UNDO.
You can cancel a command without completing it by pressing Esc.
• Right click choose “repeat”• Press spacebar
Change to black/white to display the drawing
Choose the background color, such as white, black, gray
Quickly open drawings in the same folder
If you open the sheetset drawing, the sheetset bar will be displayed automatically, and you also can hide it with enter “Ctrl+S”.You can manage multiple drawings as sheet sets with the Sheet Set Manager:• A sheet is a selected layout from a drawing file. You can import a layout from any drawing into a sheet set as a numbered sheet.• A sheet set is an organized and named collection of sheets from several drawing files. You can manage, transmit, publish, and archive sheet sets as a unit.
In the view mode, just right click the window, you may see following quick view tools.