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    Design Options

    In typical fashion I didn't plan ahead (or didn't know I would need DO's). Is there a way I can move items from the Primary set into a DO and/or copy from one DO to another? I need to be able to adjust some stair / elevator cores and really don't want to have to rebuild the stairs three times.

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    Ugh, I was about to tell you that. Good job figuring it out yourself.

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    Now I do have a question - I need to be able to print both options for the client but when I select the DO it applies it across the model. Is it possible to have a view for each DO?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cellophane View Post
    Now I do have a question - I need to be able to print both options for the client but when I select the DO it applies it across the model. Is it possible to have a view for each DO?
    You are doing the exact same thing I was. The DO box at the bottom of the screen is only for setting them up and editing. DO's are view specific. Go into the VG for the view, and there should be a DO tab at the end now. Go in there and select the one you want. Just create a view for each of them.

    I just learned about them Friday.

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