About-Detail-View-Styles

About Detail View Styles

    About Detail View Styles

    A detail view style is a named collection of settings that control the appearance
    of detail boundaries, identifiers, and labels of detail views.

    Detail view styles provide the means to quickly specify the format of the various
    constituent of detail boundaries and detail views. It is also a convenient way to
    ensure conformance to drafting standards (industry or project).

    When you create a detail view, it uses the settings of the current detail view style.
    You can temporarily override a detail view styles when you create model documentation
    detail views. Thereafter, when you edit a detail view style, it is applied to all
    detail borders and detail views that use the style. The changes are not applied to
    the settings that are overridden.

    Learning AutoCad

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