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Shortcut Menus

When you right-click in the graphics area with a part, assembly, or drawing file open, a context-sensitive shortcut menu appears. The shortcut menu contains the following items:

  • Hide. Hide the selected entity.

  • Make Transparent and Make Solid. Make the selected assembly component transparent or solid.

  • Hide Others. Keep the selected entity visible and hide all other entities in the graphics area.

  • Show All. Show all hidden entities. Transparent entities remain transparent.

  • Select

  • View.

    • Overview Window

    • Zoom tools

    • Rotate

    • Pan

    • Home. Returns the model or drawing to its last saved state.

    • Create Layout. Useful for comparing different drawing views.

    • 3D Pointer. Helps you visualize model orientation from drawing views.

    • All Annotations. Toggles the display of annotations in parts and assemblies.

    • Shaded. Turns shading on or off in files.

    • Show Edges when Shaded. Show edges when in Shaded display mode.

  • Animate Views.

    • Previous

    • Stop

    • Next

    • Continuous Play

  • Sheets (drawing documents with multiple sheets). Allows you to open different sheets in multi-sheet drawing files.



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