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To Change the View Angle in a Drawing
When you add a new general view in a drawing, the Drawing View dialog box opens automatically. To change the angles in a drawing view with respect to the normal, the horizontal, the vertical, or a specified edge or axis:
1. Select a general view to reorient.
 
* Reorienting a view reorients its children views accordingly.
2. Right-click and click Properties. The Drawing View dialog box opens.
By default, the View Type category is selected.
The name of the selected view appears in the View name box.
The type of view appears as General in the Type box.
3. Click Angles under View Orientation. When asked for confirmation, click Yes.
 
* Modifying the view orientation also affects the orientation of the highlighted children views. The children views may be on different sheets.
4. Select the type of reference that you want to specify from the Rotation reference list.
Normal—Rotates the model around an axis through the view origin and normal to the drawing sheet.
Vertical—Rotates the model around an axis through the view origin and vertical to the drawing sheet.
Horizontal—Rotates the model around an axis through the view origin and horizontal to the drawing sheet.  
Edge/Axis—Rotates the model around an axis through the view origin and according to the designated angle to the drawing sheet.
 
* If you have selected Edge/Axis, the SELECT dialog box opens. Select an appropriate edge or axis reference on the previewed drawing view. The selected reference is highlighted and is listed in the box adjacent to the Rotation reference box.
5. In the Angle value box, type the angular value by which you want to offset the orientation.
6. If required, specify multiple references by using the Add and Remove buttons.
7. Click Apply to display the model in its default view.