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Turn on your Reference Display, select reference floor, select your desired reference layer set.  Save as a new Plan View and you can switch to it with a single click next time.  

 

You can also toggle your reference display stuff using hotkeys and a macro recorder to make it a single click operation.  Don’t have time to go over that one though.  

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4 minutes ago, SketchB said:

That's not the issue I am referring to. What I want is, referencing other items, other than just the walls from floor 1 to floor 2.

Michael had your answer.  You just need to use a different "Reference Layer Set", one that includes the items you want to display.

 

Note that a "Saved Plan View" remembers the "Referenced Layer Set", including the referenced floor.

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2 minutes ago, SketchB said:

referencing other items

 

What is "referencing"? Do you want to see certain items, be able to snap to them etc?

 

Reference display is controlled by a layer set. You can change what is displayed and how.

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3 minutes ago, Joe_Carrick said:

Michael had your answer.  You just need to use a different "Reference Layer Set", one that includes the items you want to display.

 

Ed Zachary, thank you. 

 

To the OP,  These are the settings you need to familiarize yourself with...

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