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Document Properties - Section View Labels

You can specify document-level drafting settings for section view labels.

To open this page, with a drawing open, click Options (Standard toolbar), select the Document Properties tab, and then select View Labels > Section.

Overall drafting standard


Overall drafting standard Inherited from the selected Drafting Standard page settings.

Base section view standard

Base section view standard
Select a standard:
  • ANSI
  • ISO
  • DIN
  • JIS
  • BSI
  • GOST
  • GB

Line style

Sets the section line style and thickness for the source view.


Line Style Select: a style.
Line Thickness Select: a thickness or select Custom size and enter a thickness.

Standard Display Displays a continuous section line in the source view.
Alternative Display Displays a split section line in the source view.

Section arrow text


Font

Click to modify the font.


View label text


Font

Click to modify the font.


Label options


Per standard Select to adhere to the base standard. Clear to modify view label parameters:
  • Name. Select a title to appear in the view label.
  • Label. Select the way the label letter corresponding to the label on the parent view appears in the view label.
  • Scale. Select a label for the scale.
  • Delimiter. Select a scale display option:
    • To present the scale with two numbers separated by a delimiter select:
      • X:X
      • X/X
      • (X:X)
      • (X/X)
    • To present the scale as the ratio of two numbers followed by X select # X.
    • To hide the scale, select <None>.
  • A label display option:
    • Stacked. Display the view label with the name and label stacked on top of the scale.
    • In-line. Display the name and label on the same line.
Display label above view Select to display the label above the view.

Layer


Layer
Select a layer.
You must first create layers for the drawing before you can select them for document properties.

View label document layer settings override view label Line style settings.

Section/view size

Scale with section view arrow letter height Select to set the arrow head size for section views to scale automatically to the section view letter height, if the section view arrows do not follow the section arrow text font.

Clear to modify arrow dimensions.



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