Subject: Drawing a door

Doors can be drawn in a wide variety of styles: single swing, double swing, sliding, revolving, and many more.

After you draw a door, you can modify it as you would other entities using modify entity commands. For example, doors can be easily moved and resized within a wall. You can also use the Properties pane to change the width, style, etc. And when you select a door, grips display allowing you to resize and reorient the door in real-time. There is also a special arrow grip for doors that allows you to change the swing with a single click.

To draw a door

   1   Do one of the following to choose Doors ():

   On the ribbon, choose Draw > Doors and then the door style (in AEC Entities).

   On the menu, choose Draw > AEC Entities > Doors and then the door style.

   On the Doors toolbar, click a door style.

   Type door and then press Enter.

   2   Select the wall where you want to locate the door, or press Enter if not choosing an existing wall.

   3   Specify the point where you want to locate the door.

   4   After specifying the last location, press Enter.

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