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Multiple Viewports

In the 3D PDF Template Editor, you can add more than one viewport to a template. You can project viewports from the primary viewport or the viewports can be independent and are assigned from the 3D PDF Publisher.

To add more than one viewport to a 3D PDF template:

In an open template in the 3D PDF Template Editor, click one of the following:
Option Description
Independent Viewport Independent viewports do not depend on the original viewport or the 3D View Palette. Users control the viewport in the final PDF by right-clicking and selecting from the context menu or using mouse-controlled zooming and orientation.
Projected Viewport Lets you create a viewport that can be assigned to back, top, bottom, right, or left of the primary viewport.

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