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*Stelios
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Floor Plan Repeating question

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12-16-2004 03:22 PM
How can I repeat a plan over different levels? I could copy - paste all elements each time a make a change but I cant imagine that this is the only way I can accomplish that. Thanks in advance Stelios
*Christopher Zoog
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Re: Floor Plan Repeating question

12-16-2004 04:46 PM in reply to: *Stelios
Use Groups Stelios wrote: > How can I repeat a plan over different levels? > I could copy - paste all elements each time a make a change but I cant > imagine that this is the only way I can accomplish that. > > Thanks in advance > Stelios > >
*Aaron Rumple
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Re: Floor Plan Repeating question

12-17-2004 06:03 AM in reply to: *Stelios
Here's an example: I just did a 4 story student housing plan. The walls were drawn and grouped. Because the units stacked - the walls extended from 1 to 4th floor. The interior elements were added in.. These were grouped. These were then copied in plan. The interior groups were selected and copied to all the other levels. In general I find that grouping the walls and interior features as two separate groups works the best. "Christopher Zoog" wrote in message news:41c22c46$1_2@newsprd01... > Use Groups > > Stelios wrote: > > How can I repeat a plan over different levels? > > I could copy - paste all elements each time a make a change but I cant > > imagine that this is the only way I can accomplish that. > > > > Thanks in advance > > Stelios > > > >

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