You can add one or more views of a building to a sheet, including floor plans, site plans, ceiling plans, elevations, 3D views, sections, detail views, drafting views, and rendered views. Each view can be placed on one sheet only. To add a particular view to multiple sheets in a project, create duplicate views, and place each one on a different sheet.
Autodesk Video: Add a Sheet (Getting Started, Part 13)
You can also place legends and schedules (including view lists and sheet lists) on sheets. Legends and schedules can be placed on multiple sheets. See Adding a Schedule to a Sheet
To add views to a sheet
- Open the sheet.
- To add a view to the sheet, use one of the following methods:
- In the Project Browser, expand the list of views, locate the view, and drag it onto the sheet.
- Click View tabSheet Composition panel (Place View). In the Views dialog, select a view, and click Add View to Sheet.
- As you move the cursor over the sheet in the drawing area, a viewport for the selected view moves with it. Click to place the viewport in the desired location. Use the Aligning Views on a Sheet for precise placement on sheets.
- Repeat Steps 2 and 3 to add more views to the sheet, if desired.
- If needed, you can modify the individual views on the sheet as follows:
- To change the view title that displays on the sheet, double-click the title, and edit it. See View Titles on Sheets.
- To move the view to a new location on the sheet, select its viewport, and drag it. You can align views to grid lines for precise placement. See Aligning Views on a Sheet.
You can now do any of the following, as explained in Modifying a View on a Sheet:
- Change the scale of the view.
- Add dimensions to the view.
- Add text notes to the view.
- Pan the view.