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MOVEVIEW

Create and restore named views very qiuckly, and switch to the view of same location on the other floor plans while keep the same zoom magnification factor.
 
 
INTRODUCTION
It includes 29 commands to make view management much easier.
 
View Create
Create a named view for current view.
VV1: Create View  "1"
VV2: Create View  "2"
VV3: Create View  "3"
VV4: Create View  "4"
VV5: Create View  "5"
VV6: Create View  "6"
VV7: Create View  "7"
VV8: Create View  "8"
VV9: Create View  "9"
VVV: Create View  "vvv"
We recommend using View "vvv" as a temporary working view, you can change it frequently, while using other named views (View "1" ~ View "9") for permanent views, eg. View "1" for Level 1 Plan, View "2" for Level 2 Plan, View 3 for Elevation 1, etc.
 
View Restore
Restore previous saved view, whether it is in the same space as the current view or not:

                             Target view

Current view

Model space

Paper space

Model space

Yes

Yes

Paper space

Yes

Yes

Model space of an unlocked viewport in the paper space

Yes

Yes

Model space of a locked viewport in the paper space

Yes

Yes


V1: Restore View "1"
V2: Restore View "2"
V3: Restore View "3"
V4: Restore View "4"
V5: Restore View "5"
V6: Restore View "6"
V7: Restore View "7"
V8: Restore View "8"
V9: Restore View "9"
VV: Restore View "vvv"
 
View Move
Change current view to the relative location of another view while keep the same zoom magnification.
V11: Change to relative location in View "1"
V22: Change to relative location in View "2"
V33: Change to relative location in View "3"
V44: Change to relative location in View "4"
V55: Change to relative location in View "5"
V66: Change to relative location in View "6"
V77: Change to relative location in View "7"
V88: Change to relative location in View "8"
V99: Change to relative location in View "9"
It is very useful if you draw all floor plans in the same drawing and want to see what happens at the same location on the other floor plans.
How to use it:
Step 1: You can draw a temporary rectangle to contain one of the floor plan, then copy it to the other floor plans, keeping it at the same position relative to each floor plan. If you already have title blocks for each view, you can use the title block frame. 
Step 2: Use ZOOM command and use object snap to define two zoom corners (you can input "end" in the command line to get the rectangle corner  when ZOOM prompts "Specify corner of window, ...")
Step 3: Use command VV1 ~ VV9 to save the view.
Repeat Step 2 and Step 3 to save all floor plans in different names, eg. Level 1 is saved as View "1", Level 2 is saved as View "2", etc.
Now you can zoom to any location in one floor plan, then use V11 ~ V99 to switch to the same location on the other floors while keep the same zoom magnification factor.
 
NOTES
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UPDATES
22 Oct 2010
25 Jun 2010