The Detail command manages layout detail viewports.
Detail viewports are modeling viewports that can be placed on a layout viewport.
Note: Selected detail views can be copied with the Copy command.
Draw a rectangle to add a detail view.
Turn on the detail view's control points.
Drag the control points to re-size the detail view.
Click and drag an active view to move it around. It can overlap its neighbors.
You can also double-click the detail to enable it. Double-click another part of the screen to disable.
Sets the distance on the layout to a distance in model.
Locks details so the view cannot be panned or zoomed.
Unlocks locked details.
Enables/disables the detail view and returns focus to the layout viewport. You can also double-click another part of the screen.
Manages object properties for the selected details.
Locks the detail so the view cannot be panned or zoomed.
Sets the scale factor for the detail scaling.
___ <units> on layout
___ <units> in model
The CopyDetailToViewport command copies the selected detail to a model viewport.
Click in the detail to copy.
The CopyViewportToDetail command copies or moves a model viewport to a new layout as a detail viewport.
Click in the viewport to copy.
Copies the selected model viewport to a new layout and keeps the model viewport.
Copies the selected model viewport to a new layout and removes the model viewport.
The HideInDetail command conceals selected objects in a detail view.
Objects are hidden only in the current detail.
Objects are hidden in all inactive details on the layout.
The ShowInDetail command re-displays all hidden objects in a detail view.
The ShowSelectedInDetail command re-displays selected hidden objects in a detail view.
The HideLayersInDetail command conceals layers in a detail view.
The ShowLayersInDetail command re-displays hidden layers in a detail view.
Create a print layout viewport.
Use drafting tools
Manage object visibility
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