Redefine the 3D Document

If the 3D Document window is in front: use Open 3D Source (for 3D projections) or Open Source Story (for Floor Plan Projections) from the context menu to open the source window.
If the source is a 3D Window, you can also change the Filter Elements settings (View > Elements in 3D View > Filter and Cut Elements in 3D) and adjust Cutting Planes
Then use the Redefine command by doing one of the following:
This brings up the Redefine 3D Document dialog box.
Click Redefine Anyway to proceed.
In 3D Document Settings, check the box to Redefine the projection, cutting planes, and visible elements of the 3D Document based on the current 3D window (available for 3D Documents based on a 3D projection.)
The Redefine based on Current command redefines the 3D Document according to the following settings of the current 3D window:
Filter and Cut Elements to Show in 3D (View > Elements in 3D View)
Note: The current window is not necessarily the same as the original source of your 3D Document. “Current” is the one currently open, or the one that was last open.
The Redefine based on Current command redefines the 3D Document according to the following settings of the current Floor Plan:
Click Redefine 3D Projections to bring up the Perspective or Parallel Settings dialog box which reflects the 3D Document’s source 3D window. Make any adjustments needed, and click OK to leave the projections dialog box. This is where you can redefine Sun settings for your 3D Document: click Redefine 3D Projections, then More Sun to adjust the sun position.
Click Redefine Filter Elements to access the Filter and Cut Elements in 3D dialog box. Make any adjustments needed, and click OK to leave the dialog box.
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