You can customize the Views area in the following ways:
By default, the Views area starts out with four panes that contain Top, Front, Right, and Perspective views of the current object. To change the view in a particular pane:
To increase or decrease the number of views on your screen, choose a new number from the Number of Image Views drop-down list in the Control area. The maximum possible number of views is seven, and the minimum is one.
If you right-click in the view again, you'll see a check next to the Maximize command. To return the view to its original size, right-click and choose Maximize again to uncheck the command.
To hide the titles that appear in the upper left corner of each view:
This will uncheck the Show Title command and hide the title. To show the title again, right-click and choose Show Title again.
You can hide the orientation hints that appear along the sides of each view—for example, in the Top view, the hints are Left, Back, Right, and Front. To do this:
This will uncheck the Show Hints command and hide the hints. To show the hints again, right-click and choose Show Hints again.
By default, the side views—Top, Bottom, Front, Back, Right, and Left—have grid lines in the background of the view to indicate where a point is in relation to various dimensions. To hide the grid lines:
This will uncheck the Show Grid command and hide the grid lines. To show the grid lines again, right-click and choose Show Grid again.
You can display dimension lines to indicate the location of objects within a project or assembly. When dimension lines are turned on, red arrows appear when you click on a board. To turn dimension lines on:
This will check the Show Dim Lines command and display the dimension lines. To hide the dimension lines, right-click and choose Show Dim Lines again.
The Views Area
The SketchList 3D Main Window