Create drawings from models (Creo Elements/Direct Annotation) > Detail view settings
Detail view settings
A detail view shows a particular area of an existing view to provide greater clarity.
A parent view must already be available before you can create a detail view. The figure shows an example of a parent view (1) and an associated detail view (2).
To change Detail View settings,
1. Click File > Settings > View 2D > View Settings. The Default Settings browser opens with View Settings.
2. Expand Detail.
You can set the following default values for detail views. Most of the settings are intuitive and have a good description in the default settings browser, but it may be helpful to review the linked topics below.
Line style settings
Line style settings
Detail label
Name Format
Text Style
View label
Text Type
Name of Detail Views
Name Format
Label Style
Text Style
Includes Scale
Change the view positioning strategy
Add Symmetry and Centerlines
You can set Creo Elements/Direct Annotation to create symmetry and centerlines on cylindrical or conical faces automatically. Creo Elements/Direct Annotation will add the geometry in the update process. The options are:
Setting a view profile will override this option.