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How to copy views from another drawing?

A - answer If you need to import existing view definitions from an older DWG file to your current drawing, you can use the free utility CADstudio CopyViews.

Load the CopyViews.vlx file with APPLOAD, start the CopyViews command and specify the source drawing. All its named views are copied over to your current drawing.

You can download CopyViews from

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See also:
Tip 10167:Keyboard shortcuts in Autodesk Fusion 360.
Tip 9561:iLogic macro for exporting IDW/DWG Inventor drawings to DXF.
Tip 8996:Material-based hatch patterns in Inventor section views.
Tip 8942:New layout view created by copying an existing one is always Off.
Tip 8817:How to multiply insert an object, to all layouts?

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