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Using Model Colors in Drawings
You can set the system to use the original model colors in all associated drawings. Keep in mind:
Views that are displayed in the original model colors are plotted (printed) as such.
Changing the color of individual geometry does not change the colors in views that display the original model colors.
If you change model colors in the associated model, the new model colors are updated automatically in the drawing, if you set the drawing views to use model colors.
Hidden lines in drawing views always appear in the standard hidden line color in the model.
Any assigned process assembly colors always supercede the setting for using model colors or assigned drawing colors in the drawing.
In Drawing mode, set the system to use model colors in drawings by using the Model Colors option in the VIEW DISP menu (accessed when you select a drawing, click Edit > Properties > View Disp).