About Display Styles
You can assign four display styles to the components in your model. Modifying the display style improves computer performance as assemblies become larger. The two main display styles are shaded (solid) and lined. Line styles display the outlines of the component or model in increasing detail. The following display styles are available:
Wireframe—Displays front and back lines equally.
Hidden Line—Displays hidden lines in faint tones.
No Hidden—Does not display lines behind forward surfaces.
Shaded—Displays the model as a shaded solid.
Shading With Edges—Displays the model as a shaded solid with black edges.
Shading With Reflections—Displays the model as a shaded solid with reflections.