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Walls and Fencing

 

Change the Default Wall Properties

Do the following:
  1. Click the Default Wall Properties button to open the Default Wall Properties dialog box.
  2. Set options in the Default Wall Properties dialog box.
  3. Click OK.
See also Wall/Fence Properties Dialog Box.

 

Draw Walls

Do the following:
  1. Click the Draw Walls button on the toolbar.
  2. Click on the drawing area to place the start point.
  3. Move the mouse to draw the wall.
  4. Click on the drawing area to place the end point.
  5. Move the mouse to draw the next wall.
  6. Click on the drawing area to place the end point.
  7. Repeat steps 5 and 6.
  8. To finish drawing, do one of the following:
    • Press the Escape key on your keyboard.
    • Right-click on the drawing area, then choose Finish from the menu.
    • Click the Pointer button on the toolbar.

 

Change a Wall

Do the following:
  1. Click on one of the wall points (hold down the mouse button).
  2. Drag the point to the new position.
  3. Release the mouse button.

 

Customize a Wall

Do the following:
  1. Open the Wall Properties dialog box, do one of the following to open it:
    • Double-click on the wall.
    • Right-click on the wall, then choose Properties from the menu.
    • Select the wall, then click the Properties button on the toolbar.
    • Select the wall, then press the Enter key on your keyboard.
  2. Set options in the Wall Properties dialog box.
  3. Click OK.
See also Wall/Fence Properties Dialog Box.

 

Move a Wall

Do the following:
  1. Click on the wall you want to move (hold down the mouse button).
  2. Drag the wall to the new position.
  3. Release the mouse button.

 

Delete a Wall

Do one of the following:
  • Right-click on the wall, then choose Delete Selection from the menu.
  • Select the wall, then click the Delete button on the toolbar.
  • Select the wall, then press the Delete key on your keyboard.

 

Connect Walls

When you are drawing a wall:
If you click close enough to a point, the new point connects to that point,
and if you click on a wall the new point connects to that wall.

When you are dragging a wall point (to change the wall):
If you release the mouse button close enough to a point, the moving point connects to that point,
and if you release the mouse button on a wall the moving point connects to that wall.

Point-Point ConnectionPoint-Wall Connection

 

Unjoin Connected Walls

To unjoin two connected walls, right-click on the connection point, then choose Unjoin from the menu.
Point Menu

 

Fencing

it 's similar to working with walls,
just use the Default Fence Properties button instead of the Default Wall Properties button,
and the Draw Fences button instead of the Draw Walls button.