If you created the symbols as you state then all the properties should be visible providing they have values assigned to them. A couple of things to check:
1. Do the properties have values to be shown as visible, as Ref Des is showing up, perhaps the other two are empty.
2. Did you make changes to the symbol and the property visibility after you'd initially placed any in the schematic - if so you will have to update the symbols to accept the latest changes - Tools - Update Symbols (also if you find this is the case turn on Flag out-of-date symbols in the Advanced section of your settings to be notified when a symbol has been modified in the library).
Failing these two suggestions provide a picture of the symbol in the library and the property settings to see nothing else is missing.
For the resistor, RefDes had R? and the other two were blank. I updated one of the symbols to have all three non-blank, ran the update symbols, and no change. I've been adding unique parts, as I am copying another schematic and already know what I'm going to use.
DxDesigner: Both symbols below were placed after above was changed, saved, and Tools-Update Symbols.
Looks like the issue is with your DxDataBook settings, look at the configuration in DxDataBook from the right mouse context menu and ensure the VALUE and DEVICE entries have 'value visible' set. See attached.
BTW< No need to add Device? or Value? in the symbol now we think we've figured out what is wrong, and you can also remove the PINOFF property (it was used to make discrete device pin numbers invisible).
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That looks like it works. I feel a bit stupid now... I was just in there messing with the settings for the value magnitude earlier this morning. Thanks!