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    Use anti-aliasing to improve the quality of lines in project views. Apply the setting globally to affect all views in your project, or apply it to individual views when required.

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    As an example, you may want to enable anti-aliasing so that curves and sketchy lines display smoothly, with a less jagged appearance.

    Enable anti-aliasing for selected views

    1. Click File tab > Options.
    2. On the Graphics tab, select Smooth lines with anti-aliasing.
    3. Select Allow control for each view in the Graphic Display Options dialogue box.
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    4. For each view where you want to use anti-aliasing, on the View Control Bar, click Visual Style > Graphic Display Options. In the dialog, select Smooth lines with anti-aliasing.
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    Enable anti-aliasing for all views

    1. Click File tab > Options, and click the Graphics tab.
    2. Select Smooth lines with anti-aliasing.
    3. Select Use for all views (control for each view is disabled).

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