The information in this article applies to:
I would like to quickly access a saved view, such as a plan view, cross section, CAD Detail, or layout page. How can I accomplish this task?
The Project Browser is a convenient way access to all of the views saved within a plan or layout.
Plans that are referenced by another plan will also appear in the Project Browser.
Deleting a saved camera will delete the view it represents along with any text, dimensions, or CAD objects you have created in that view. Likewise, if the camera view is a cross section/elevation view that has been sent to layout and you choose to delete it, the link between the layout and plan will be broken.
In X13 and prior program versions, plans that are referenced by a layout will only display in the Project Browser if they're also open within the program.
In X14 and newer versions, all referenced plans will display in a layout, whether they are open within the Chief Architect program or not.
Layout page templates allow you to create a title block and border in one place, and then assign them for use on any other layout pages that you wish. Multiple page templates can be created in the same layout file. Add anything to a page template that you want on some, or all, of your printed layout pages, such as a title block, borders, text macros, and imported images such as for a company logo.
If a layout page is specified as a page template, it will not print as part of a print range. For more information on layout page templates, please see the Related Articles section below.