How to hide/suppress the single feature (like markings, lettering embosses) in any one of the drawing view. (It should the show in other all views except one selected view).
I would use a Configuration. You add one that has the features turned off and then your simply choose that configuration for display in your drawing. You do not have to make another drawing.
Thank you for the replay, This is one of the way as you mentioned, but i dont want create a another configuration for this.
There was feature in the pro-e i was checked with it. I was trying to check in the solidworks... actually i need it in SW.
Is there a primary reason why you don't want to create a configuration for this? This is almost the exact purpose for configurations.
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Go to configurations and create a new "Display state". While this view is active, hide body, face, change colors, add transparentcy, ect. This does not work on entire features (geometry changes). In the drawing view select the display state in properties.
If you want to supress geometry-changing features you will have to create a seperate configuration.
For complex models like large assemblies this saves disk space and rebuild times considerably.
I use Display States to hide parts in drawings. I use configurations if the model changes, like length. I usually don't hide individual parts within a drawing view, but you can do that too. Just right click on the part in the drawing and hide it.
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