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Publish to 3D PDF PropertyManager

Use the Publish to 3D PDF PropertyManager to specify details for a 3D PDF of the active model.

To open the Publish to 3D PDF PropertyManager:

Do one of the following:

  • Click the 3D Views tab at the bottom of the SOLIDWORKS window and click Publish to 3D PDF.
  • Click Publish to 3D PDF (SOLIDWORKS MBD CommandManager or toolbar).


Use this page to select a template and views to include in the 3D PDF document.

  Template list Select a template.
Manage 3D PDF Templates Opens the 3D PDF Template Editor.

Include Primary Views

Select views:
Top View
Isometric View
Dimetric View
Trimetric View
Left View
Front View
Right View
Back View
Bottom View
More views Additional defined views created from Capture 3D View (SOLIDWORKS MBD CommandManager), including named views and the current view.

Output Text Fields

Use this page to define text and custom property values.

Edit Displays the Custom Property Text dialog box.
  Text Lets you type text.
  Custom property name Lets you select a custom property name to display in the document.

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