Right-click an element in the drawing area, and click Override Graphics in ViewBy Category. When you use this method, the element’s category is already highlighted when the Visibility/Graphics dialog opens.
Alternatively, you can click View tabGraphics panel (Visibility/Graphics).
NoteIf you open the Visibility/Graphics dialog from a drafting view, only those categories that can be shown in a drafting view display.
Click the Model Categories, Annotation Categories, or Imported Categories tab.
(Optional) Use the Filter list to filter categories by discipline.
If the Filter list is disabled, select Show <type of> categories in this view.
To set category visibility, select or clear the check box next to the category or subcategory. If you clear the check box for a category, all subcategories for that category will not be visible in the view.
To hide all categories, clear the check box at the top of the tab. For example, to hide all model categories, clear the Show model categories in this view check box.
Click Apply to view your changes, and click OK to exit the Visibility/Graphics dialog.
Controlling Category Selection
Click All to select all rows in the table. If the visibility of all categories is selected, you can clear it for all categories by clearing one category.
Click None to clear the selection of any selected rows.
Click Invert to change the selection of rows between the ones that are selected and the ones that are not. For example, if 6 rows are selected and you click Invert Selection, those 6 rows are no longer selected and all others are.
Click Expand All to expand the entire category tree and make all subcategories visible. This makes it easier to select all categories and subcategories, using the All tool.
Select a cell with a check box and press the Spacebar to select or clear the check box.
Select a category row with focus in the Visibility cell. Press Right Arrow to expand the category tree. Press Left Arrow to collapse the tree.