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(Available in all TurboCAD Variants)

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Default UI Menu: View/Viewports

Ribbon UI Menu:

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Viewports are used in Paper Space to display one or more views of your model. A viewport has two components: a boundary and the view that it contains. You can only insert views that have already been created - see

Note: If you want to insert standard views (views you do not have to pre-define), Typically, multiple viewports are created so that you can show several view of the model. If you make changes to your model, any relevant views in the viewports will automatically update.

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Once a viewport is created, you can use 2D tools and annotation tools (Text, Dimensions, Hatching, etc.) to enhance the Paper Space. You also have the option of saving a viewport's contents as an image. This is handy for rendering objects in viewports, because it is faster to display an image than to render an object.