Subject: Drawing stairs



Stairs can be drawn in different types and styles such as spiral, straight, cantilever, a ramp, and more.  

After you draw stairs, you can modify them as you would other entities using modify entity commands. For example, stairs can be easily moved and resized relative to a wall or slab. You can also use the Properties pane to change the stair width, tread dimensions, landing dimensions, turn on/off stringers, etc. When stairs are modified, any attached railings are updated to match the stair modifications (length, angle, width, etc.). And when you select stairs, grips display allowing you to resize and reorient them in real-time.

To draw stairs

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

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

   On the menu, choose Draw > AEC Entities > Stairs and then the stair style.

   On the Stairs toolbar, click a stair style.

   Type stair and then press Enter.

   2   If necessary, choose an option to change the default value for the stairs you want to draw.

   3   When done entering values, specify the point where you want to start the stairs.

   4   Enter the stair segment length, then press Enter.

   5   Specify the endpoint of the stairs.

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