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Architectural Desktop - 2004 Level One - Lesson 10: Spaces, Room, Door And Window Tags - Architectural Desktop tutorial


We have truly outdone ourselves here. There is absolutely no other training that touches the detail content and presentation included with this training. Walls, doors, windows, grids, tags, schedules, dimensions, display config`s and much much more.(Video Tutorial)
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Adding A Door Threshold
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The advantage of using Autodesk® Architectural Desktop is that many of its objects, such as doors, walls, and windows, have multiple ways of displaying themselves. For example, if you draw a door and a wall in plan view, you can easily extract an elevation or a section from your designs""without having to redraw everything and use Layer Manipulation.
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