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Thu, Jul 26, 2007 at 9:58:00 PM | Resize 3d view on a sheet




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Is there a way to resize a 3D perspecitve view on a sheet without actually moving the camera?  I have a series of views that are all the same of several design options, but the client has selected one of these options so I want to make their selected option larger while still showing the rest.  Any ideas?

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Fri, Jul 27, 2007 at 12:02:33 AM | Resize 3d view on a sheet




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yeah, that's a tough one to find. you have made a camera view right? and it's perspective instead of anoxemeric or whatever it's called LOL.


I'm assuming you want to enlarge the view of your camera view on your sheet. So, go to your sheet with the 3d perspective view. Click the screen, then right click and select activat view. Then select the "dynamically modify view" button (the eyeball with 3 arrows) or press F8 if you haven't changed your keyboard shortcuts and this opens up a dialog box for your dynamic view in the bottom left corner of your viewer.


Now select the "field of view" tab and select whatever you like to create your excellent 3d perspective view for your clients. 

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Fri, Jul 27, 2007 at 3:10:59 PM | Resize 3d view on a sheet




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That works just fine! Thanks a lot!

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Sun, Jul 29, 2007 at 1:00:25 AM | Resize 3d view on a sheet



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...or: just click on your view on the sheet, on the top bar, right to the property button you should hve one that says Size and displaying current size, click on it and it will open the dialogue box, you can change field of view, or in your case scale.

simple... Smile 



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