To Display the Model View Window

1. Start a new project, or load an existing one.

2- Select View ^ Model View.

The Model View window will open, showing the elements of your project in a tree view.

Using the Model View window with Code Visualization diagrams

View or hide nested elements within a UML package, Click the plus sign (+) next to the element's icon to view class, or interface... nested items, or click the minus sign (-) to hide nested items.

View a Code Visualization diagram for a .NET £ the names icon ( l{} ) and double-click the namespace... , diagram icon ( St1 ) in the Model View tree.

View a Code Visualization diagram for the entire project...Expgnd the prQject jcon ( g)} in the Model Viewtreet and double-click the diagram icon.

Open the source code editor on a specific item in the ModelRight-click on the item, and select Open Source from the View tree... menu. Note that a .NET namespace can span multiple source files. You can't open a source file for a namespace directly from the Model View tree.

Open the Code Visualization diagram on a specific item inRight-click on the item, and select Show Element on the Model View tree... Diagram from the menu.

The Code Visualization diagram has a set of functions that can help you view large models, show or hide attributes, properties, etc., and to move from the graphical depiction on the diagram, directly to the source code for that item.

Using the Code Visualization diagram

Rearrange items on the diagram... Click the item and drag it to a new location.

View or hide the attributes, operations, properties, and Click the plus sign (+) next to the category (attributes, nested types for an item on the diagram... operations, etc.) you want to view. Click the minus sign (-)

to hide items of a particular category.

Perform an automatic layout of the items on the diagram...Right-click anywhere in the Code Visualization diagram window and select Do Full Layout.

Perform an automatic layout of the items on the diagram...Right-click anywhere in the Code Visualization diagram window and select Do Full Layout.

Print the diagram...

Right-click anywhere in the Code Visualization diagram

window and select Print.

Open the source code editor on a specific item on the

Right-click on the item, and select Open Source from the

Code Visualization diagram...

menu.

Save the diagram as an image...

Right-click anywhere in the Code Visualization diagram

and select Save Image from the menu.

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