Lesson 15 | Controlling Object Visibility

This lesson describes how to control the visibility and appearance of elements in different views. You begin the lesson by learning about object visibility settings and the steps to modify line styles to control object visibility. Then, you learn about user-defined filters, the steps to use filters in a project, and some recommended practices for controlling object visibility. The lesson concludes with an exercise on controlling object visibility.

By controlling object visibility, you define which elements should be displayed in a selected view. This enables you to focus on specific elements and achieve a desired layout. For example, you can create a furniture layout view by hiding other elements such ...

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