How do I reset my axis to default in SketchUp?

How do I reset my view in SketchUp?

“Camera” pull-down, click “field of view”, type-in “30”, hit enter… this should bring you back to default. You can also drag the spyglass to change the VCB (lower right-hand corner. Hope this helps, and welcome!

How do I lock axis in SketchUp?

Use Arrow Keys to Lock to Axis

This is particularly useful when moving an object in SketchUp; simply tap one of the arrow keys on your keyboard to lock movement along the desired axis. You can also use the SHIFT key while aligned to an axis to lock it to that axis.

How do I turn off axis in SketchUp?

Go into SketchUp​ and under Window > Model Info > Units, you can turn off angle and length snapping!

How do I change axis components?

Changing Component Axes: Right click – Change axes for component, click at your point you want. If you want to reset the axes component, explode and recreate component.

How do I get SketchUp to go back to normal?

Shift-Z is Zoom Extents, which, regardless of your previous view will reset the zoom factor to just fit all your modeled elements on screen. You can also back out of a view, going through the stack of your previous views in reverse order, using Previous View.

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How do you turn on Ortho in SketchUp?

Thanks a lot. Use the Shift key on the keyboard, to constrain the Line tool to ortho mode.

How do you add grid lines in SketchUp?

How to Draw a Grid in SketchUp

  1. Double-click the SketchUp application icon to launch the application.
  2. Click the “Line” tool icon. …
  3. Click on the starting point for the first line of the grid.
  4. Press and hold the “Shift” key and double-click the endpoint for the first line of the grid to draw the line.

What are the axis in SketchUp?

The Global axis lines are the red, green and blue lines that are normally seen in the drawing window. The point where these lines cross is called the Origin. The red line is the X-axis, green is the Y-axis and blue is the Z-axis. The Z-axis is the vertical one.

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