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Thread: Best way to "hide" modeled trusses

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    Best way to "hide" modeled trusses

    I have a request to model trusses but because the spacing is yet to be determined, trusses are requested to not be plotted on the sheets. This will be occurring at 7 levels. I would like to have them modeled for coordination purposes but on the sheet, there will just be a note describing the type and depth.

    Any tips on how to do this? I would like to avoid using hide elements per view.

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    Filter - Category and Type Name, assign it to a View Template for all the views you're going to put on paper.
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    yesss! Thank you

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