To Switch to a Preset 3D View
Select predefined standard orthographic and isometric views by name or description.
A quick way to set a view is to choose one of the predefined 3D views. You can select
predefined standard orthographic and isometric views by name or description. These
views represent commonly used options: Top, Bottom, Front, Left, Right, and Back.
In addition, you can set views from isometric options: SW (southwest) Isometric, SE
(southeast) Isometric, NE (northeast) Isometric, and NW (northwest) Isometric.
To understand how the isometric views work, imagine you are looking down at the top
of a box. If you move toward the lower-left corner of the box, you are viewing the
box from the SW Isometric View. If you move toward the upper-right corner of the box,
you are viewing it from NE Isometric View.
To Choose a Preset View
- Click View tab Views panel View Manager. Find
- Select a preset view (Top, Bottom, Left, and so on).
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