(3) The box around the grid represents the work area. In a view, you can only see the parts that are within this area. Objects that are outside the work area exist in the model, but they are not visible. You can shrink and expand the work area to suit your needs. You can also hide the work area box.
(4) The coordinate symbol with the three axes x, y, and z represents the local coordinate system. It also indicates the direction of the model.
(6) The ribbon contains all the commands and other functions you will use when building your model. You can customize the ribbon according to your needs.
(7) By default, the Quick Access Toolbar contains the Save , Undo , Redo , and Undo history shortcuts icons.
(8) If you cannot find the command or dialog box you are looking for, search with Quick Launch.
(9) Use the side pane on the right side of the screen to view model objects properties, add reference models and components, attach point clouds, use custom inquiry, or to find direct access to Tekla Online services.