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    Maybe this is why you can't find an answer. Seems there is something missing in the 2013 version.
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    To Orbit the View of a 3D Object:-
    Select one or more objects that you want to view with 3DORBIT or select no objects if you want to view the entire drawing.
    Note: OLE objects and raster objects do not appear in the 3D Orbit view.
    Click View tab Navigate panel Orbit drop-down Orbit.
    Use one of the following methods to orbit around the objects:
    To rotate along the XY plane, click in the drawing and drag the cursor left or right.
    To rotate along the Z axis, click in the drawing and drag the cursor up or down.
    To allow unconstrained orbiting along the XY plane and the Z axis, press Shift while you drag the cursor. An arcball is displayed and you can use the 3D Free Orbit interaction.

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