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AlmightySR
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Changing the host of a window.

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01-18-2006 11:12 AM
I have 2 walls overlaping. One is the old wall with the windows in it. The
other is the new wall with no windows in it... I want the old walls windows
in the new wall. Anyone know how to change the hot of a object.
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sbrown
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Re: Changing the host of a window.

01-18-2006 11:57 AM in reply to: AlmightySR
Select the windows, then ctrl + c or x, then delete the wall you don't want and use paste align to put them back in.
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Re: Changing the host of a window.

01-19-2006 05:08 AM in reply to: AlmightySR
ended up doing that. thank you

wrote in message news:5062776@discussion.autodesk.com...
Select the windows, then ctrl + c or x, then delete the wall you don't want
and use paste align to put them back in.

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