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Sometimes a large view does not fit on a single sheet. In this case, you must create multiple sheets for the view, divide the view into parts, and show one part on each sheet. Or perhaps a view is too tall or wide for a sheet, and you want to show parts of the view next to each other on the same sheet.
To address these issues, use dependent views as follows.
To divide a view across multiple sheets
- In a project, create and prepare the view that you want to divide into parts.
Add all annotations, details, dimensions, and other information required. See Document and Present the Project.
- Create dependent views.
See Creating Dependent Views.
- Create the sheets on which to place the dependent views.
See Adding a Sheet.
- Add the dependent views to their respective sheets.
See Adding Views to a Sheet.
- (Optional) Add view references to the primary view.
View references indicate the sheet on which each dependent view displays. For instructions, see Navigating Primary and Dependent Views.