If you create a structural member in SOLIDWORKS 2012 that has two or more members mitered to each, it causes the drawing view of that structural member to show all the members that are mitered together. The first picture that you see there was created using one structural member/one group. However what if you wanted a drawing view of just one of those members and not all of them you would either have to split them up into multiple structural […]
Ironically, you probably will not find how to do this from the SOLIDWORKS help files, so I will provide it for you here. Note: I was able to discover the answer to this by posting this issue to the SOLIDWORKS forums*. It took a few days for someone who knew the answer to generously provide it. But it saved me hours of manual note editing.