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Autodesk AutoCAD Architecture 2016 Fundamentals

Lesson 3

Floor Plans The floor plan is central to any architectural drawing. In the first exercise, we convert an AutoCAD 2D floor plan to 3D. In the remaining exercises, we work in 3D. Exercise 3-1:

Going from a 2D to 3D Floor plan Drawing Name: Estimated Time:

New 45 minutes

This exercise reinforces the following skills:      

Create Walls Wall Properties Wall Styles Style Manager Insert an AutoCAD drawing Trim, Fillet, Extend Walls

1. Start a new drawing using QNEW or select the + tab. 2.

Type UNITS on the command line. Set the Units to Inches. Set the Type to Architectural. Set the Precision to 0′ 1/8″. Press OK.

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3.

Activate the Insert ribbon. Select Attach.

4.

Locate the autocad_floor_plan.dwg file in the exercises. Set your Files of type to Drawing (*.dwg) to locate the file. Press Open.

5.

Uncheck Insertion Point. Uncheck Scale. Uncheck Rotation. This sets everything to the default values. Press OK.

Use the ViewCube to switch to a 3D view.

6.

Note that the AutoCAD file is 2D only. Return to a top view.

Select the attached xref. Right click and select Bind→Insert. This converts the xref to an inserted block.

7.

8.

Select the block reference and type EXPLODE to convert to lines. 3-2

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9.

Activate the Home ribbon. Select the Measure tool on the Inquiry panel.

10.

Measure a wall thickness. Note that the walls are 1′-11″ thick.

11.

Launch the Design Tools palette from the Home ribbon.

12.

Set the tool palette to display all palettes and activate the Walls palette.

13.

Locate the Stud-4 Rigid-1.5 Air-1 Brick-4 wall style. Right click and select Import Stud-4 Rigid-1.5 Air-1 Brick4 Wall Style. This adds the wall style to the active drawing.

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14.

Locate the Stud-4 Rigid-1.5 Air-1 Brick-4 wall style. Right click and select Wall Styles. This launches the Style Manager.

15.

Note that the only wall styles available are Standard, Brick_Block (which was added to the template) and the style that was just imported. Highlight the Stud-4 Rigid-1.5 Air-1 Brick-4 wall style.

16.

Note the components listed in the Style Manager for the wall style. The total wall thickness is 11-1/8″. We need a wall style that is 1′–11″. We need to add 11- 7/8” of material to the wall style.

17.

Select the Add Component tool.

18.

19.

Position another 5/8″ piece of GWB (gypsum board) so it is on the interior side.

Select the Add Component tool. Add a layer called CMU that is 1’ 3.875” thick.

20.

Position the CMU so it is behind the brick veneer. 3-4

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21. Verify that your layers are set as shown. Verify that the total width is 1’ 11”. 22. Press OK to close the Styles Manager dialog. 23. 24. 25.

Locate the Stud-4 Rigid-1.5 Air-1 Brick-4 wall style on the Walls tab of the Design Palette. Right click on the wall style and select Properties. Under Dimensions: Set Justify to Left using the drop-down. Press OK. This sets the location line for the wall.

26.

Right click on the Stud-4 Rigid-1.5 Air-1 Brick-4 wall style and select Apply Tool Properties to → Linework.

27.

Select the outside segments of the walls. Do not select any of the interior walls. Press ENTER when you are done selecting lines.

28. You will be prompted if you want to erase any of the linework. Enter NO.

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29.

Zoom into one of the walls that was placed. Note that it is the correct width. The blue arrow indicates the exterior side of the wall. If the blue arrow is inside the building, click on the blue arrow and it will flip the orientation of the wall. If necessary, move walls so they are aligned with the floor plan’s walls.

30.

Switch to a 3D view. You should see 3D walls where you selected lines.

31.

To join the walls together, use FILLET with an R value of 0. Type FILLET, then select the two walls to be joined to form a corner.

32.

In the plan view, the exterior walls should form a closed figure.

33.

Locate the Stud-4 GWB-0.625-2 Layers Each Side wall style. Right click and select Import Stud-4 GWB-0.625-2 Layers Each Side Wall Style. 3-6

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Locate the Stud-4 GWB-0.625-2 Layers Each Side Wall Style. Right click and select Wall Styles. This will launch the Styles Manager.

35. Highlight the Stud-4 GWB-0.625-2 Layers Each Side Wall Style. Select the Components tab.

The total width for this wall style is 6 1/2” 36.

Change the Stud width to 1′ 9 3/4″. Adjust the positions of the components so that the wall looks proper. Press OK to close the Style Manager. Switch to a Top view of the floor plan.

37.

Select the Stud-4 GWB0.625-2 Layers Each Side Wall Style. Right click on the wall style and select Properties.

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38.

Under Dimensions: Set Justify to Left using the drop-down. Press OK. This sets the location line for the wall.

39. Select the Stud-4 GWB-0.625-2 Layers Each Side wall style.

Right click and select Apply Tool Properties to → Linework. 40.

Select the inside segments of the walls. Do not select any of the exterior walls. Press ENTER when you are done selecting lines.

41. You will be prompted if you want to erase any of the line work. Enter NO. 42.

Zoom into one of the walls that was placed. Note that it is the correct width. The blue arrow indicates the exterior side of the wall. If the blue arrow is inside the building, click on the blue arrow and it will flip the orientation of the wall. Because these are interior walls with gypsum board on both sides, the orientation doesn’t matter. If necessary, move walls so they are aligned with the floor plan’s walls.

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43.

Use the TRIM, EXTEND, and FILLET tools to edit the interior walls.

44.

Some of your walls may display a warning symbol. This means that you have walls overlapping each other. Check to see if you have more than one wall or if you need to trim the walls.

45. Save as ex3-1.dwg. The ex3-1 file can be downloaded from the publisher’s website, so you can check your file against mine and see how you did. Exercise 3-2:

Creating Walls Drawing Name: Estimated Time:

New 10 minutes

This exercise reinforces the following skills:    

1. 2.

Create Walls Wall Properties Wall Styles Model and Work space Start a new drawing using QNEW. Select the Wall tool from the Home ribbon.

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3.

In the Properties dialog, check under the Style dropdown list. Only the Brick_Block and Standard styles are available. These are the wall styles that are loaded in the template.

4.

Exit out of the command by pressing ESC.

5.

Launch the Design Tools palette from the Home ribbon.

6.

Right click on the left bar of the palette and enable All Palettes.

7.

Select the Walls palette.

8.

Activate the Walls tab on the palette. Select the CMU-8 Rigid-1.5 Air 2 Brick-4 [CMU 190 Rigid-038 Air – 050 Brick -090].

Toggle ORTHO ON.

9.

Start the wall at 0,0. Create a rectangle 72 inches [1830 mm] tall and 36 inches [914 mm] wide. You can use Close to close the rectangle. Place the walls as if you are drawing lines. 10. 11.

Go to the View ribbon. Toggle on the Layout tabs.

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12.

Select the Work tab now visible in the lower left corner of the screen.

13.

The work tab opens up a layout with two viewports. One viewport is 3D and the other viewport is a top view. You see that the walls you placed are really 3-dimensional.

14.

Switch back to the Model space tab. Select the Wall tool from the Home ribbon.

15.

16.

In the Properties dialog, check under the Style drop-down list. Note that the CMU wall style is now available under the drop-down list.

17.

Exit out of the command by pressing ESC.

18.

Save your drawing as Ex3-2.dwg.

 If you draw a wall and the materials composing the wall are on the wrong side, you can reverse the direction of the wall. Simply select the wall, right click and select the Reverse option from the menu.  To add a wall style to a drawing, you can import it or simply create the wall using the Design Tools.  Many architects use external drawing references to organize their projects. That way, teams of architects can concentrate just on their portions of a building. External references also use less system resources.

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 You can convert lines, arcs, circles, or polylines to walls. If you have created a floor plan in AutoCAD and want to convert it to 3D, open the floor plan drawing inside of AutoCAD Architecture. Use the Convert to Walls tool to transform your floor plan into walls.  To create a freestanding door, press the ENTER key when prompted to pick a wall. You can then use the grips on the door entity to move and place the door wherever you like.  To move a door along a wall, use DoorRepositionAlong Wall. Use the OSNAP From option to locate a door a specific distance from an adjoining wall.

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Floor Plans Exercise 3-3:

Creating a Floor Plan using an Image Drawing Name: Estimated Time:

new.dwg 60 minutes

This exercise reinforces the following skills:  

1. 2.

Insert Image Add Wall Start a new drawing using QNEW or use the + tab. Select the Insert ribbon. Select the Attach tool.

3.

Browse to the folder where the exercises are stored. Change the Files of type to All image files.

4.

Select the floorplan1 file. Press Open.

5.

Uncheck the insertion point to insert the image at 0, 0, 0. Set the Scale to 113.00. Set the Angle to 0.0. Press OK.

6.

To prevent your image from moving around: Create a new layer called image. Select the image. Right click and select Properties. Assign the image to the image layer. Lock the image layer.

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7.

8.

9.

Open the Design Tools palette. Launch All Palettes. Select the Walls palette.

Locate the Stud-4 Rigid 1.5 Air-1 Brick-4 wall style.

Draw a wall on the far left side of the floor plan, tracing over the wall shown in the image file. Orient the wall so the exterior side of the wall is on the outside of the building.

10.

Offset the wall 15′ 11-1/8″ to the right. The additional offset takes into account the wall thickness of 11-1/8″. Flip the wall orientation so the wall exterior is on the outside of the building.

Check the offset distance to ensure the two walls are 15′ apart from inside finish face to inside finish face. 3-14

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11. Trace a horizontal wall using the Stud-4 Rigid 1.5 Air-1 Brick-4 wall style.

Offset the horizontal wall 12′ 4.625″. This is 11′ 5 1/2″ plus 11 1/8″.

12.

Verify that the distance from finish face to finish face is 11’ 5 ½″.

13.

Locate the Stud-4 GWB-0.625 Each Side wall style on the Design Tools palette.

14. Right click and select Apply Tool Properties to → Wall.

15.

Select the upper horizontal wall. Press ENTER.

The wall style will update.

16.

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17.

Place a Stud-4 Rigid 1.5 Air-1 Brick-4 wall at the top horizontal location of the Master Bedroom. Verify that the orientation is for the exterior side of the wall outside the building.

18.

Use the FILLET command to create corners between the vertical and horizontal walls. Type FILLET and select the horizontal wall, then select a vertical wall. Repeat for the other side.

19.

20.

Offset the top horizontal wall 16′ 10.625″.

Locate the Stud-4 GWB-0.625 Each Side wall style on the Design Tools palette.

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21. Right click and select Apply Tool Properties to → Wall.

Select the lower horizontal wall.

22.

Press ENTER.

Offset the left vertical exterior wall 12′ 4.625″.

23.

Change the offset wall to the interior Stud-4 GWB-0.625 Each Side wall style using the Apply Tool Properties to → Wall.

24.

Use an offset of 2′ 10″ to create the closet space.

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25.

26. 27.

Adjust the position of the walls as needed to ensure they match the floor plan image.

Select the Stud-4 Rigid 1.5 Air-1 Brick-4 wall tool from the Design Tools palette. On the Properties palette, set the Justify option to Center.

28. Trace the remaining south walls of the floor plan.

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29.

30.

Use the flip arrows to orient the exterior side of the walls to the outside of the building.

Offset the left garage wall 21′ 3″. Verify that the dimension from face to face of the interior side of the walls is 19′ 11 ½″.

31.

Offset the south garage wall 20′ 8″.

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32.

Select the north garage wall. In the Properties palette: Change the wall style to Stud-2.5 GWB0.625 Each Side.

Adjust the position of the garage walls so the distance from interior face to interior face north-south is 20′ 8″ and the distance from interior face to interior face west-east is 19′ 11½″.

33.

34.

Offset the south utility room wall up 8′ ¼″. Verify that the distance from interior face to interior face is 7′ 7″.

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35.

Offset the north utility wall 23′ 9.1325″. Assign the top wall to the Stud-4 Rigid 1.5 Air-1 Brick-4 wall style. Verify that the distance from interior face to interior face is 23′ 3½″.

36.

Use the FILLET command to create the north east corner of the building.

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37.

Place the west family room wall. Verify that the distance from interior face to interior face is 20′ 0″.

Trace over the floor plan to place the walls for the covered porch.

38.

Draw a line at a 45° angle to designate the wall for the kitchen.

39.

40. Locate the Stud-3.5 Rigid 1.5 Air-1 Brick-4 Wall style. Right click and Apply Tool Properties to → Linework and select the angled line.

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41.

42.

Use the BREAK tool to divide the walls that need to be split into the two different styles.

The walls indicated should be broken using the BREAK tool so one segment can remain exterior and one segment can be changed to the interior wall style.

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43.

Change the interior wall segments to the interior wall style.

44.

Use the EXTEND tool to extend the interior walls.

A triangle symbol with an exclamation point indicates that you have a wall interference condition – usually a wall on top of a wall.

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45.

46.

Select the interior wall with the interference condition. Right click and select Cleanups → Add Wall Merge Condition. Select the two exterior walls where it is interfering. The walls will merge and clean up the intersection area.

47.

Zoom into the area near the utility room and notice some of the walls may need to be cleaned up as well.

Select one of the interior walls. Right click and select Cleanups → Add Wall Merge Condition.

48.

49.

Select both walls. The wall intersection cleans up.

50.

Repeat for the south utility wall.

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51.

Zoom into the Bedroom #2 area. Use FILLET to eliminate the extra interior walls. Select the walls at the locations indicated to clean up the room.

Offset the south bathroom wall 6′ 4.25″.

52.

Verify that the distance from interior face to interior face is 5′ 11″.

53.

Add the interior walls for the lavatory areas. Use the wall style: Stud-4 GWB-0.625 Each Side.

54.

Unlock the image layer.

Select the image. Right click and select Image→Adjust.

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55. You can adjust how much of the image you see so it doesn’t interfere with your work. Alternatively, you can freeze the image layer or change the transparency of the layer. 56.

You should have a completed floor plan. Save as ex3-3.dwg.

Exercise 3-4:

Adding Doors Drawing Name: Estimated Time:

Ex3-3.dwg 45 minutes

This exercise reinforces the following skills:  

1. 2.

Adding Doors Door Properties Open ex3-3.dwg. Thaw the image layer so you can see where doors are located if you froze that layer or adjust the image so you can see the door locations.

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3.

4. 5.

6.

Open the Design Tools palette.

Locate the Bifold-Double door on the Doors tab on the Tools palette. Highlight the Bifold - Double door. Right click and select Properties.

Expand the Dimensions section. Set the size to: 4-6 x 6-8. Set the Opening percent to 50.

If you left click in the Standard sizes field, a down arrow will appear…select the down arrow and you will get a list of standard sizes. Then, select the size you want. A 25% opening will show a door swing at a 45-degree angle. The value of the Opening percentage determines the angle of the arc swing. A 50% value indicates the door will appear half-open at a 90-degree angle. 7.

Expand the Location section. Set Position along wall to Offset/Center. This will allow the user to snap to the center position along the wall. Press OK to close the Properties dialog.

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8.

Place the Bifold - Double doors at the two closets. The orientation of the door swing is determined by the wall side selected.

In both cases, you want to select the outside face of the wall. Center the closet door on each wall. Place the Bifold - Double door at each of the closets located in Bedroom #2 and Bedroom #3.

9.

10.

Place the Bifold Double door at the closet next to the entry way. The exclamation mark indicates that the door is too wide for the wall.

11.

Select the door. In the Properties palette: Change the width of the Bifold - Double door to 4′ 0″. The door updates and the warning symbol disappears. The door now fits.

12.

Locate the Bifold - Single door on the Doors tab of the Design Tools palette.

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13.

In the Properties palette: Set the door to use the Standard Size 2′ 4″ x 6′ 8″. Set the Opening percent to 50. Press OK to close the Properties palette.

14.

15. 16.

Place the door in the Linen Closet near the lavatories.

Locate the Hinged - Single - Exterior door on the Doors tab of the Design Tools palette. In the Properties palette: Set the door to use the size 3′ 0″ x 6′ 8″. Set the Swing angle to 30.

17.

18. 19.

Select the side of the wall that will be used for the door swing and place the entry door.

Locate the Hinged - Single door on the Doors tab of the Design Tools palette. In the Properties palette: Set the door to use the size: 2′ 6″ x 6′ 8″. Set the Swing angle to 30.

20.

Set the Position along wall to Offset/Center.

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21.

22.

Place the door in Bedroom #2.

Place the door in Bedroom #3. The swing is on the correct side, but not the correct direction.

23.

Select the door so it highlights. The horizontal arrow flips the orientation of the door to the other side of the wall. The vertical arrow flips the orientation of the door swing. Left click on the vertical arrow. The door updates to match the floor plan image.

Place a Hinged - Single door in Bath #2.

24.

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25.

Place a Hinged - Single door in the Utility Room. Set the swing angle to 70.

26. 27.

Locate the Hinged - Single - Exterior door on the Doors tab of the Design Tools palette. In the Properties palette: Set the door to use the Standard Size 2′ 6″ x 6′ 8″. Set the Swing angle to 30.

28.

Place the door between the Utility Room and the Garage.

29.

30. 31.

Place the door on the east wall of the Utility Room.

Locate the Overhead - Sectional door on the Doors tab of the Design Tools palette. In the Properties palette: Set the door to use the Standard Size 16′ 0″ x 6′ 8″. Set the Opening percent to 0.

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32.

33. 34.

Place the garage door.

Locate the Sliding - Double - Full Lite door on the Doors tab of the Design Tools palette. In the Properties palette: Set the door to use the Standard Size 5′ 4″ x 6′ 8″. Set the Opening percent to 0.

35.

Place the door in the family room.

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36.

Place a second Sliding - Double Full Lite door on the east wall of the Master Bedroom.

37.

Set the door to use the size: 10′ 0″ x 6′ 8″. Set the Opening Percent to 50.

38.

Center the door on the north wall of the Living Room.

39. 40.

Locate the Pocket - Single door on the Doors tab of the Design Tools palette. In the Properties palette: Set the door to use the size: 2′ 6″ x 6′ 8″. Set the Opening percent to 50.

41.

Place the door in the lower right corner of the Master Bedroom.

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42.

In the Properties palette: Set the door to use the Standard Size 2′ 4″ x 6′ 8″. Set the Opening percent to 50.

43.

Center the pocket door on the lower horizontal wall between the Master Bedroom closets.

44.

Image layer is adjusted to be faded. Dimensions were moved to a layer named A-Anno-Dim and then frozen. This is the floor plan so far.

45. Save as ex3-4.dwg. Switch to an isometric view and you will see that your model is 3D.

Look at the model using different visual styles. Which style do you like best? The model shown uses a Shaded visual style as defined by the dialog shown.

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Exercise 3-5:

Create an Arched Opening Tool Drawing Name: Estimated Time:

ex3-4.dwg 10 minutes

This exercise reinforces the following skills:  

1. 2. 3.

4.

Copying Tools Tool Properties Open ex3-4.dwg. Locate the Cased Opening tool on the Doors palette. Right click and select Copy.

Select the Doors tab. Right click and select Paste.

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5.

The copied tool is located at the bottom of the palette. Highlight the copied tool. Right click and select Properties.

6.

Change the Name to Arched Opening. Change the Description to Arched Opening. Press OK.

7.

Expand the General section. Set the Description to Creates an Arched Opening. Press OK.

Set the Layer key to OPENING. Set the Style to Cased Opening-Half round.

8.

Press OK.

The tool is defined in the palette. 9.

Save as ex3-5.dwg.

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Adding an Opening Drawing Name: Estimated Time:

ex3-5.dwg 15 minutes

This exercise reinforces the following skills:    

Adding Openings Opening Properties Copying Tools Set Image from Selection

Openings can be any size and elevation. They can be applied to a wall or be freestanding. The Add Opening Properties allow the user to either select a Pre-defined shape for the opening or use a custom shape. An opening will be added to the upper wall between the Master Bedroom closets.

1. 2. 3.

Open ex3-5.dwg. Select the Arched Opening tool. In the Properties palette: Set the door to use the size: 2′ 6″ x 6′ 8″.

4.

Expand the Location section in the Properties palette. Set the Position along wall to Offset/Center. Set the Automatic offset to 6 [300.00].

5.

Place the arched opening in the wall between the closets in the Master Bedroom. Center it on the wall.

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6.

In the Properties palette: Set the door to use the size: 3′ 0″ x 6′ 8″. Place the Arched Opening on the left side of the Foyer above the Entry.

7.

8.

9.

Use the View tools on the View ribbon View  NE Isometric and 3D orbit to view the arched opening.

On the View ribbon: Switch to a Shades of Gray display. If your walls are reversed, you can change the orientation in the plan/top view.

10.

11.

Set the Materials/Textures On.

Set to Full Shadows. Note how the display changes.

When materials, textures, and shadows are enabled, more memory resources are used.

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12.

Locate the Arched Opening placed in the Master Bedroom.

13.

Select the Arched Opening icon on the tool palette. Right click and select Set Image from Selection… Pick the arched opening you created. Press Enter. A dialog box allows you to choose which object to use for the image selection. If you have Selection Cycling enabled, you will see a selection dialog box. Select Opening. Press Enter.

You can select more than one object for your image selection. The tool icon updates with the new image. 14. Select the Work tab to view your model. 15. Save the file as ex3-6.dwg.

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Add Window Assemblies Drawing Name: Estimated Time:

ex3-6.dwg 30 minutes

This exercise reinforces the following skills: 

1.

Add Windows Open ex3-6.dwg. Switch to a Top View.

2.

3.

4. 5.

Activate the Design Tools from the Home ribbon, if they are not launched.

Select the Windows tab of the Tool palette.

Select the Picture window. Expand the Dimensions section. Set the size to 6-0 x 5-0.

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6.

Expand the Location section. Set the Position to Offset/Center. Set the Automatic Offset to 6.

Select the midpoint of the north Master Bedroom wall.

7.

8.

On the Properties palette: Expand the Dimensions section. Change the Width to 9-0. Change the Height to 4-0.

9.

Place the window at the midpoint of the south wall in the Dining Area.

10.

On the Properties palette: Expand the Dimensions section. Change the Width to 12-10 Change the Height to 4-0.

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11.

12.

Place the window at the midpoint of the north wall for the Family Room.

Select the Casement - Double window on the Windows palette. On the Properties palette:

13.

Expand the Dimensions section. Change the Width to 4-0. Change the Height to 4-0.

14.

Place the window in the west wall of Bedroom #2.

15.

Place the window in the west wall of Bedroom #3.

16.

Select the Casement window.

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17.

On the Properties palette: Expand the Dimensions section. Change the Width to 2-0 . Change the Height to 4-0. Place two windows on the west wall of the bathrooms.

18.

19.

20.

Place two windows on the east wall of the Family Room.

On the Properties palette: Expand the Dimensions section. Change the Width to 3-0 . Change the Height to 4-0.

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21.

Place the window in the south wall of the Garage.

22. Save as ex3-7.dwg.

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