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The definition of manipulating views in Autodesk Inventor comes from the term 'view'. The view is a perspective that lets you see the model of your design. There are two main views: the left side view and the right side view. Each view has different tools that let you manipulate how you'll see your design such as moving, rotating and zooming.

Autodesk Inventor is a 3D CAD software. It uses both geometric and parametric modeling techniques to create solid models. There are many ways to manipulate views in Autodesk Inventor, with the most common methods being Orbit and Zoom.

Inventor has a powerful script engine that allows you to quickly and easily manipulate views. This enables you to create your own custom tools and workflow that is specific to your needs.

Designers rely on Autodesk Inventor to create a myriad of functional and aesthetically pleasing parts for their product designs. To ensure that their designs come to life, they must make sure the views are manipulated correctly. Here are three ways to manipulate views in Autodesk Inventor:

Manipulation is the process of changing the position, shape, and orientation of a part or the whole object. There are many types of manipulation in Autodesk Inventor such as mirror, revolve, offset and twist.

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