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    by Gareth Spencer

    Using View Templates is a great way to control your view(s) so you can adhere to your company standards, or just simply control all you view at once.

     

    As you will see on the above view the one on the left has no template applied and the one on the right does. You can apply a template to the view(s) once, which won’t update the view(s) if you change the view template. The other option is to assign the template to a view(s), this will create a link between the template and the view. So any changes to the view template will automatically be applied to all the views the view template is applied too.

     

    So why is my Visibility/Graphics Greyed Out?

     

    If you open the Visibility/Graphics window directly from the Ribbon:

     

    The Visibility/Graphics window will be greyed out (as shown above) if its included in the View Properties of the View Template.

     

    So make sure you go into the View Template and update the Visibility/Graphics or change settings to not included Visibility/Graphics. You can access the View Template through Properties > Identity Data > View Template.