The Drawing View Wizard is for 3D models which you cannot use and do not have in Free 2D.
There are 2 workflows for working with scaled geometry, both involve using the 2D Model sheet where you will draw your views 1:1.
From there it departs:
Option 1 - Use the Drawing Area Setup under the application button while the 2D Model Sheet is active and select the correct scale, template block and sheet size. This will scale the sheet size and border to fit your geometry if for instance you needed a "D" size sheet scaled 4X to fit the geometry you have drawn.
Option 2 - Switch to the Working Sheets and select the command 2D Model in the Sketching ribbon. It will switch back to the 2D Model sheet where you will select the 2D views, either 1 at a time or all together, both have positives and negatives. You will then have the oppurtunity to scale the view represented by a rectangle on the working sheet.
If you select all the views on the 2D Model sheet, you will not be able to independently move the views on the Working Sheet to "pretty" it up.
If you select each view independently, then you must "align" them to keep them lined up with each other and to lock a consistent scale (right click on view and select Create Alignment). This gives you a lot of flexibility to change the scale, adjust spread distance and use the Detail View command.
In both cases, anything you dimension in the 2D Model sheet will come accross and will be scaled and cannot be adjusted, so it is best to place all dimensions and annotations in the 2D Model sheet on the Auto - Hide layer. This will hide the dimensions when you place the 2D Model views on the Working sheet. You can then place new dims on the Working sheet which will auto scale to the view scale or you can use the Rerieve Dimensions command to pull what was on the Auto - Hide layer. This will actually create new dimensions that are associative to the 2D Model sheet dimensions, but you can now adjust them to make them look "pretty".
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