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Redefine the 3D Document

There are three ways to redefine a 3D Document after you have created it. Each method is described below: Redefine 3D Document: Open and Edit Source Window Redefine 3D Document Based on Current (3D or Floor Plan) Redefine Using 3D Document Settings Redefine 3D Document: Open and Edit ...

3D Styles

A 3D Style is a collection of settings (3D Engine, shading, background, etc.) that determine model display in the 3D Window. The 3D Style is saved with View Settings. Every time you edit a 3D Style, all views using that 3D Style are updated instantly. Note: To set 3D Window Size, use the ...

3D Styles

A 3D Style is a collection of settings (3D Engine, shading, background, etc.) that determine model display in the 3D Window. The 3D Style is saved with View Settings. Every time you edit a 3D Style, all views using that 3D Style are updated instantly. Note: To set 3D Window Size, use the ...

3D Document Settings

The 3D Document Settings dialog box is available from: •the context menu of any 3D Document item listed in the Navigator •the ...

3D Styles

A 3D Style is a collection of settings (3D Engine, shading, background, etc.) that determine model display in the 3D Window. The 3D Style is ...

Create a 3D Document

From the 3D window: 1.In the 3D window, set up the desired 3D view of the model: the perspective or projected 3D view; use 3D Cutting Planes; filter or select elements; use Marquee as needed, or perform solid element operations. 2.Create a new 3D Document by doing one of the following: ...

Create a 3D Document

From the 3D window: 1.In the 3D window, set up the desired 3D view of the model: the perspective or projected 3D view; use 3D Cutting Planes; filter or select elements; use Marquee as needed, or perform solid element operations. 2.Create a new 3D Document by doing one of the following: ...

Sketch Window

Creating Window Sketches 1.Draw the outside contour of the desired window using the ARCHICAD line type tools.   2.Make sure that the ...

Redefine the 3D Document

There are three ways to redefine a 3D Document after you have created it. Each method is described below: Redefine 3D Document: Open and Edit ...

Show Selection/Marquee in 3D

For a 3D display of only the items selected explicitly or by Marquee: •Right-click to access the Show Selection/Marquee in 3D command; or •Use View > Elements in 3D View > Show Selection/Marquee in 3D (Or use the 3D Visualization toolbar control for this command.) ...