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Showing datum axes in a drawing after they have been erased.

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Showing datum axes in a drawing after they have been erased.

I'm having a problem in a drawing that I haven't been able to figure out...

There were axes in a view that I didn't want in there, so I did: right-click>erase on those that I didn't want. Later I decided I needed one back so I tried: Show Model Annotations > Model Datums > All. When I try this the axes I erased do not appear again...

Is there an option I can change or a layer I need to turn on or anything short of making new axes in the model to resovle this issue?

I appreciate your input


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Use the drawing tree and activate the Annotation tab in the ribbon. The erased objects are now selectable in tree somewhere, most likely under a view heading. RMB will let you unerase.

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Use the drawing tree and activate the Annotation tab in the ribbon. The erased objects are now selectable in tree somewhere, most likely under a view heading. RMB will let you unerase.

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Antonius,

Thank you that is exactly what I was trying to do but I didn't know how!

Thanks again

Just becareful and remember the different between delete and erase:

Delete - gone

Erase - hidden

Yeah, that I understand. Which is why I was confused when I couldn't find where I hid them to.

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