|Top||Sets the upper boundary of the primary range. The upper boundary is defined as a level and an offset from that level. Elements display as defined by their. Elements above the offset value do not display.|
|Cut plane||Sets a height at which elements in a plan view are cut, such that building components below the cut plane display in projection, and others that intersect it display as cut. Building components that display as cut include walls, roofs, ceilings, floors, and stairs. |
A cut plane does not cut components.
|Bottom||Sets the level of the Primary Range's lower boundary. If you access View Range while viewing the lowest level of your project and set this property to level below, you must specify a value for Offset, and you must set View Depth to a level below it.|
Sets a vertical range for the visibility of elements between specified levels.
In a floor plan, it should be below the cut plane.
For example, if you are designing a multi-story building, you might have a floor plan for the 10th floor that had a depth to the first level.