I have around a 10 page drawing detailing a part that I made. On one page of the drawing I would like to have view -> sketches on, while another page of the drawing I would like to have view-> sketches off. Is there a way to do this?
You can show all the sketches and then you need to manually to select the sketches on page two to hide every individual sketch.
That's exactly what I'm looking for, how do I manually hide individual sketches in drawings? I'm unsure what "page two" you're referring to.
Create a configuration with sketches shown and one with sketches not shown and point your views to the appropriate model.
As described above, set ALL sketches visible in your drawing - either with the Hide/Show dropdown "eyeglasses" at the top of the graphics area or View/Sketches.
Then where you want to view individual sketches, in the drawing feature tree, expand the view and continue expanding until you find the sketch and set its visibility to Show.
This is where good housekeeping comes into play. If you leave all your sketches (or planes, or other reference geometry) visible and just use the Hide / Show ALL items of a type then you will have a mess when you make all sketches visible.
Retrieving data ...