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Sun, Jun 4, 2006 at 5:31:23 PM | moving view to different sheets?

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Is there another way to move views to different sheets than to first delete them and then drag them back onto another sheet. Got six views, to economize I want to transfer them to a different sheet, but it almost feels like I need to right the names down so I didn't forget which views were deleted from the incorrect sheet.

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Mon, Jun 5, 2006 at 3:05:45 AM | RE: moving view to different sheets?

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Just expand your sheet browser and click on the views and drag them to the sheet which you have open.

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Tue, Jun 6, 2006 at 4:37:46 PM | RE: moving view to different sheets?

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There's no good way to move them from one sheet to another. But something that may help you keep track of what you've deleted is to change your project browser to reflect views not on sheets. I can't remember now if this is a standard out of the box feature or not. Click on the eyeball at the top of the project browser window. Should say "Views - Architectural" or "Views" or something next to the eyeball. If you click on it once, you can use the drop down menu to get other project browser views. I have one called "View (not on sheets)". If you don't have something like this in the drop down menu, go to the properties of one view, edit, and duplicate. After you've named the new browser type, go into "Filters" and set the three fields as follows "Sheet Name", "Equal To", "None". Now in the project browser, only those views not on a sheet will be shown. After you moved things around, you can change back to the old project browser view by selecting it from the drop down menu after you select the eyeball again.

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Wed, Jun 7, 2006 at 3:02:03 PM | RE: moving view to different sheets?

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you can copy to clipboard the views that you want to transfer, immediately delete those views. then open the sheet you want them on and paste from clipboard. works great.

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Wed, Jun 7, 2006 at 6:26:01 PM | RE: moving view to different sheets?

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What version are you using? I'm in 8.1 and can't get the views to copy to clipboard. I get a warning about duplication of views not being supported when I attempt to copy to clipboard. When I copy the viewport to the clipboard, I don't get any options to paste when I get to the other sheet.

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Thu, Jun 8, 2006 at 1:38:25 AM | RE: moving view to different sheets?

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I've never tried this in 8.1. I immediately delete the views after copying them to the clipboard, before I paste them to another sheet. I'd think that would eliminate the "duplicate view" warning in 8.1, but I don't know

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