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Creating and Editing Curves in Multiple Views
Some common scenarios where you can use the multiple view environment include the following:
Sketch all points of a curve in one view, then move the mouse to another view and click once to set the depth of the curve. Repeat this step with various depths to easily create a family of cross curves or sections without having to make any additional datums.
Sketch curves in the Front, Top, and Right views by repeating the above steps to create the skeleton curves of the model without having to reorient the display. Use the isometric/trimetric view to get a good 3D feel for the shape as you work.
Sketch the 2D shape of a curve in one view, then switch to edit mode and drag the points or tangents in the other views. Observe the shape changes in the other views as you drag. This shows a true 3D (non-planar) curve without having to rotate any views.
In general, defining the depth of any point on a curve can be postponed until after you enter a series of points. The green line displayed indicates when one or more points can have their depth adjusted. Click anywhere along the green line to set the depth for those points. If you choose not to change the depth, the curve points stay at their default positions when you complete the curve.