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Display States in Assemblies

You can define different combinations of the following settings for each component in an assembly, and save them in display states:
Hide/Show
Display Mode
Appearance
Transparency

You change display settings for each component in the Display Pane.

Display states are listed in the bottom section of the ConfigurationManager.

To change the display state mode:

  1. Right-click a display state and click Properties.
  2. In the Display State Properties PropertyManager, under Advanced Options, select or clear Link display states to configurations.
  3. Click .

You can rename display states and select options in the Display State Properties PropertyManager.

In the Open dialog box, you can select a display state while opening an assembly.

Display State-1 Display State-2


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