To-Set-a-Background-for-a-Named-View

To Set a Background for a Named View

    To Set a Background for a Named View

    1. Click Visualize tab Views panel View Manager. Find
    2. In the View Manager, Views list, select a named view.
    3. In the Properties panel, under General category, click the Background Override field
      and select Edit from the drop-down list.
    4. In the Background dialog box, click the Type drop-down list and select the type of
      background to assign to the view.
    5. Specify the options for the background.
    6. Click OK.
    7. With the named view still selected, click Set Current.
    8. Render the scene.

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