we cant do that with our solidworks, but that would be more helpful if we have.
I cannot find a way to automatically label the views as you want. You should put in an enhancement request to SW if you would like to see this. You could set up you sheet template so as they have pre-defined views in it with notes attached to the views for Front View etc. You could also save your view labels as blocks so as you can easily bring them into new drawings and attach them to the views.
In your document properties under Views and Orthographic and Other, you can specific the content of your view labels to reference the Drawing Tree names. Then, insert your view, and right-click on the view to Add View Label. You can also create a drawing template with pre-defined views that have the label already added (same steps, just save as a drawing template).
It's a work around but i need it while drag and Drop from view palette itself as default.
Thanks for your support!!!
Thanks for your support Mr. R.Vignesh.
The thing is i dont need dimension i need an view name of an Drag and Drop view as a default in drawing.
Hi VENKATESH S.
There is no direct way (in the same way shown in a section view) to show view labels for standard (orthogonal) views. In general, the practice is not to ‘label’ standard view. Standard views are recognized by the ‘Type of projection’, first angle or third angle.
It is suggested to create a new sheet format and customize it to achieve the desired result. The procedure to create the custom sheet format is:
1) Create new drawing > right mouse button on sheet > Properties > Select ‘Type of Projection’
2) Place standard views (Insert > Drawing view > Predefined) > place a view > select its orientation as ‘Front view’ from its PropertyManager.
3) Place another required projected views (Insert > Drawing views > Projected > select Front view > place view)
4) Link note to the views for inserting view name (Insert > Annotation > Note > select leader (from PropertyManager) > select view (say Front view) > place note > Link > Use custom property from ‘Current Document’ > select ‘View name’ from pull down menu > Ok.
The name appears as ‘Drawing View1’ > in the FeatureManager tree, rename respective view i.e. ‘Drawing View1’ as FRONT VIEW > notice same name would appear in note as well. Follow step 4 for ‘View scale’. Rearrange both linked note as per requirement. Ctrl select both notes > right mouse button > Group.
Follow the same procedure for other views.
5) Save the drawing as ‘drawing template’ and use it for the next usage.
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