Edit > Select Filter > Display Sets
Selects all objects making up a display set in the Main view. You can select any object in the model and the display set with the lowest user ID containing that object is selected in the Main view and in the Project Manager. You can select display sets, and then move them to a different location or orientation.
If you are not using the display sets filter, you cannot move display set objects.
When selected, the display sets filter overrides all other filters.
When you turn off the display set filter from the Animation toolbar, the filter that was last selected is used. For example, if you have the select filter set to Elements, and then you turn on the Display Set filter, Smart Review automatically sets the filter back to Elements when you turn off the Display Set select filter.
The object label data for the display set displays in the Text view as well as in the Properties dialog box. To use the Properties dialog box, right-click the element, and select Properties from the context menu.
Click Edit > Select Filter > Display Sets.
The Select Display Sets Filter command is also available in the Animation toolbar. Go to View > Toolbars > Animation.
Click an object in the model. All objects contained in the display set are selected. You can use the View > Fit > Fit View to Display Set command to see the range of objects contained in the display set.
When you select a display set in the Main view, Smart Review selects the display set in the Project Manager. The reverse is also true; when you select a display set in the Project Manager, that display set is automatically selected in the Main view.