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How to insert an aligned view into a Fusion 360 drawing?

A - answer How can I create an aligned (angled) view in the drawing workspace in Fusion 360? E.g. an orthographic view on an angled surface - to dimension elements placed on that angled plane?

The drawing environment in Fusion 360 doe not offer angled views, but you can use named views. So first create a named view of your model in the requested angled plane. Use the function "Look At" in the bottom bar. Save the model and then use that named view in the drawing to place a standard Base View.

See the procedure illustrated in the video:

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