Grid views are views along the grid lines. Before creating grid views, you can define how many views Tekla Structures will create, how it will name the views, and which view properties it will use.
There are four options for the number of views:
• None Tekla Structures does not create any views.
• One (First) Tekla Structures only creates the view closest to the grid origin.
• One (Last) Tekla Structures only creates the view furthest from the grid origin.
• All Tekla Structures creates all views in grid planes in the relevant direction.
View names consist of a prefix and a grid label, e.g. PLAN +3000. If the View name prefix field is left empty, no prefix is used. Tekla Structures adds a dash and a running number to the view name if view names are otherwise identical.
Each view plane has its own view properties. You can load the properties from the current view properties with the option <applied values> or from saved view properties. The Show… button displays the view properties.