What are hidden lines in AutoCAD?

How do I show hidden lines in AutoCAD?

How do you show hidden lines in AutoCAD 3d?

  1. Select the viewport in which you want to show hidden lines.
  2. Click Window menu > Properties Inspector.
  3. On the Properties Inspector, Misc area, Shade Plot list, select As Displayed.

How do I show hidden lines in layout?

Show Hidden Lines in the Current Viewport

  1. Select the viewport in which you want to show hidden lines.
  2. Click View tab Palettes panel Properties palette.
  3. On the Properties palette, under Misc, in the Shade Plot field, select As Displayed.

How do you show hidden lines in Inventor?

Solution:

  1. Right-click the view.
  2. Click in the drop-down menu Edit View…
  3. In the dialog box Drawing View click on the Hidden Line button.
  4. If you see this icon. , it means that you have activated the checkbox on Style above the buttons.
  5. After clicking the OK button, you should see the hidden lines, in the view(s).

How do I hide viewport lines?

Method #1

  1. Switch to the layout that contains the viewport border that you do not want plotted.
  2. On the Object Properties toolbar, click the Layers toolbar button.
  3. In the Layers dialog box, click New.
  4. Name the new layer.
  5. Click the Freeze Layer icon for the new layer. …
  6. Click OK to close the dialog box.
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What type of lines are used for hidden details?

Hidden details are shown by a series of dashes making up a broken line. It is normal practice that you place a dash at the beginning of the hidden line and another at the end where it meets an intersecting line.

What is invisible line?

“Invisible” lines (or implied lines or imaginary lines) trace paths of motion across the visual field. Invisible lines are very powerful, yet may not affect everyone exactly the same way.

What are visible lines?

Visible lines are the edges or “outlines” of an object. They are drawn as solid lines with a thick/heavy weight.

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