With the new addition of the panel in the “View” tab that only pertains to Model Space viewports [shown here], you might want to know where to set your Paper Space viewports.
In AutoCAD 2013, you now have a new tab on the ribbon called “Layout” (Shown below).
This tab of the ribbon displays differently depending on whether Model Space or Paper Space is active.
Shown below: New layout tab with Model Space active
Shown below: New Layout tab with Paper Space active
All of the old functions (prior to 2013) are available in this new tab.
Previously found by right-clicking a layout tab, creating a layout tab from scratch or from a template is found in the ribbon.
Creating new Viewports is found in the “Layout Viewports” panel
Dont forget that the command alias MV <enter> lets you quickly pick 2 points and easily create a viewport.
I will show more of the features of the new “Layout” tab of the ribbon in future posts. Autodesk has made some great improvements in regards to model documentation which is found in this tab.