model A meaningful collection of 3D objects. Also a generic way to refer to
My Views A list of views created and saved in Design Review. My Views is
shown in the Views palette.
named view A view created and named in Autodesk products. Each named
view is shown in the Views palette.
NMEA 0183 An electrical and data transmission standard used by GPS devices
defined by the National Marine Electronics Association.
Notes A section in the Markup Properties palette that can be used to add
a note to a markup.
object Generically, any item on the canvas, Markups palette, or Model
palette. Objects created in Design Review are called markup objects. Objects
created in the DWF publishing program are called published objects. An object
in a 3D model is sometimes called an assembly or part.
OpenGL A method used to improve rendering of 2D and 3D graphics.
orthographic view A view of a 3D model in which all lines on each axis are
parallel to each other.
palette A group of related tools that enable you to find and display sheets,
their markups, layers, views, and properties.
PDF Portable Document Format. A file format created by Adobe used to
transmit and display documents regardless of the software of the sender or
receiver. It includes fonts, formatting, and graphics.
perspective view In order to give the illusion of depth, a view of a 3D model
where parallel lines appear to converge toward a vanishing point.
point A unit of measure used to determine text height or line width. One
point equals 1/72nd of an inch.
properties Attributes of a sheet, markup, or object displayed in the applicable
Properties palette. These properties may include the author name, time of
creation, and, for markups, their Status and Notes.
push pin A push pin-shaped button used on the ribbon and in the application
menu. On the ribbon, push pins are used to keep a ribbon panel expanded.
In the application menu, push pins keep an item in the list of recently opened
raster image A type of graphic file, such as a BMP file, made up of individual
280 | Chapter 7 Glossary