In the Visibility/Graphics dialog, click the Design Options tab.
For the appropriate design option set, in the Design Option column, select Automatic.
Open the design option for editing.
To open a design option for editing
Do one of the following:
On the status bar, select the design option from the drop-down list.
If the status bar does not display the active design option, enable this feature by clicking Manage tabWindows panelUser Interface drop-downStatus Bar - Design Options.
Click Analyze tabDesign Options panel (Design Options). In the Design Options dialog, select the design option from the list, click Edit Selected, and click Close.
Click Analyze tabDesign Options panel, and select the desired design option from the drop-down list.
Click Analyze tabDesign Options panel (Pick to Edit), and select an element contained in the design option. Vasari determines the design option to which the selected element belongs, and makes that design option active for editing.
NoteYou cannot add view-specific elements (such as keynotes, dimensions, and tags) to a design option. Instead, dedicate a view to the design option, and add the view-specific elements to the dedicated view. See Annotating and Detailing Design Options.
While you are editing the design option, you can move among project views as needed. When you change to a different view, you may need to change the design option settings for the view to see the active option. (See Checking the Design Option Settings for a View.)
When you are finished editing the design option, select Main Model from the Design Options drop-down list on the status bar.