You can also choose or clear View > Toolbars > View to show or remove the Heads-Up View toolbar (Heads-Up). In the SOLIDWORKS Knowledge Base, look up 'Heads-up View Toolbar.'
To generate the desired view, use the Rotate, Zoom, and Pan commands.
To launch the Orientation dialogue box, press the spacebar twice.
Select New View from the dialogue box.
In the dialogue box, type a name and then click OK.
On the Drawing toolbar, select Projected View, or select Insert, Drawing View, Projected. The PropertyManager for the Projected View appears. Select a view to project from in the graphics area. Move the pointer to the appropriate side of the selected view to select the projection direction.
Select a document in Open documents under Part/Assembly to Insert, or click Browse to locate a document under Part/Assembly to Insert. Select Create multiple views under Orientation and click *Front, *Top, and *Right.
Click Standard 3 View (Drawing toolbar) or Insert > Drawing View > Standard 3 View in a drawing.
Choose the model in one of the following ways: In the Standard 3 View PropertyManager, select a model from Open documents or navigate to a model file and click.
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