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You can do it on a view only basis. In the feature manager tree right click in the sketch and select show. It will only appear in that view.
If you ever need to display the sketch in a particular way, such as phantom, you can select the sketch in the tree for that particular view, then in the skect toolbar select to convert entities. This will bring in 2D sketch entities for the entire sketch at once. You can then change the line thickness and font as desired. Since they are attached to the model sketch, they will update if changed.
Thanks Jeff. Unless I have wrong end of the stick (which is entirely possible as I'm not in front of SW right now) this requires that I go into each view and manually slect the visibility of each sketch? What I am really after is a global view or sheet show or hide for all sketches in the model. I'll give you an example. I have today been designing a new wheelchair. I have started the design as a single part multibody that has maybe 250+ features. In that part I have maybe 20+ sketches that are visible. In the drawing sheet I have some views I want to show all the visible sketches, and some I don't. What I am after is a view based "hide all" command so I can quickly toggle between the two.