The lines in a drawing files are appearing. How can I hide them?
You really have not provided enough information.
If the lines are tangent lines you can click on the view and then go to the View menu ==> Display ==> Tangent Edges Removed.
Otherwise you should be able to right mouse click on the lines and select the Hide/Show Edges.
simplest way is to delete the drawing or drawing view then they are ALL gone.
My WAG on this one.
Attach the files and end all doubt.
(Tip: This would work remarkably well with all of the questions that you have asked so far - no more guessing.)
Could they be section lines created by a section view?
That is correct.
Mark Wayne Schafer response as correct, or are you still trying to find out how to hide hatch?
I'm still trying to find how to hide hatch
Matt Calzone wrote: I'm still trying to find how to hide hatch
Matt Calzone wrote:
Did you see my reply above?
I'm curious, why the need to hide the hatch from a section view?
If they are "cutting line shoulders" as Solidworks words it:
Then to hide them:
However, if they are crosshatching:
Then just select the crosshatch, and uncheck "Material Crosshatch"
And then select "none".
OR, you can simply add it to a layer that is hidden.
How can I attach a file to a forum post?
As the others have said, it's difficult to help with the minimal amount of information you provided, but I'm going to take a shot anyway...this time. Is that tiny picture a section view, and you want to hide the hatching? If yes, click on it to bring up the property manager. De-select "Material crosshatch" and choose "None."
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