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- Edit views placed in drawings to change settings such as scale, hidden line display, thread display, and so on. If the edited view is a parent view, changes to the view parameters are reflected in dependent views.
- Remove the association between a parent and a dependent view by editing the dependent view. Then you can set independent scale, style, and alignment for the dependent view.
- Move a view by clicking and dragging the red border. You can move multiple views with a crossing selection window.
- Most dependent views are created with an alignment (vertical, horizontal, in position) to the parent. An aligned view can be moved only within its constraints. If the parent view is moved, the aligned view moves to maintain its alignment. You can manually break the alignment between the child and parent view.
- Delete views that are no longer needed. If you delete a base view, dependent projected and auxiliary views can be deleted or retained. Section and detail views require a parent view and cannot be retained.
- Suppress views so that they do not display on the drawing sheet. Suppressed views are useful when one view is created only for creating a child view. The suppressed view can still be accessed in the browser.