Chief Architect X3 Series - 12 Step By Step Workshops For All Chief Users

Chief Architect X3 Series - 12 Step By Step Workshops For All Chief Users

Chief X3 Training by ChiefExperts.comDiscover How to Finish Plans Faster and Make More Profits Using Chief Architect X3 with the only complete, step by step, easy to follow, course available.

Courses Available In The Step-By-Step Series

  1. Introduction To Chief Architect X3
  2. Learning The Chief Architect 2D CAD Tools
  3. Assembling The Working Drawings On The Layout
  4. Working with Walls, Dimensioning and Platforms
  5. Walls, Platforms, Intro to Pony Walls
  6. Pony Walls, Garage Foundations, Intro to Stairs
  7. Adding and Customizing Windows, Doors and Cabinets
  8. Automatic and Manual Roofs
  9. Working with Custom 3D Slabs and Moldings
  10. Lighting, Electrical and Rendering
  11. 2D and 3D Framing and Structural Details
  12. Using Layers and Layer Sets for Your Working Drawings
  13. Kitchen Layout and Cabinets

Presented by Dan Baumann a Chief Architect Certified Trainer

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1. Introduction To Chief Architect X3

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Optimizing How YOU Use Chief Architect X3 to it's Fullest

In the introduction to Chief Architect X3 you'll get a firm understanding of how to navigate the inner working of the program. You get an Overview of Chiefs 4 main parts, Optimal Toolbar Settings, proper use of the mouse, things you must know about defaults and preferences, best keystroke shortcut, navigating the menus and icons, zoom tools, cameras, important time saving and you'll also learn many of the functions of the text tools and call outs.
Downloads On Member Page: PowerPoint Presentation PDF
1 hr. 43 min.  18 Sections
1. Introduction
2. The 4 Parts of Chief Architect
3. What's Happening When You Draw with Chief
4. Think In Terms of CAD When You Use Chief
5. How The Mouse Functions In Chief
6. Bending Items w/ The Right Mouse Button
7. Draw Walls Continuously
8  Draw Stairs Going Down
9. Move Unrestricted - Right Mouse Button & CTRL Key
10. Zoom and Pan With The Center Mouse Wheel
11. Understand and Customizing the Toolbar
12. Adjusting the Library Browser
13. Downloading New Libraries
14. Searching For And Finding Items In The Library
15. Setting Program Preferences
16. Time Saving Keystrokes You Must Know in Chief
17. Setting Plan Defaults In Templates To Save Time
18. Setting Wall Type Defaults
19. Setting Door, Window and Other Defaults
20. Zoom Setting In a Plan Template
21. Saving Changes as a Plan Template
22. Zoom and Camera Tools
23. How Textures (Pictures) Are Used In Rendering
24. Using the Different Cameras is Chief
25. Text and Callout Tools
26. Q&A Restore the Delete Temporary Point Icon
27. Q&A Send a Plan To Layout In Same Location

2. Learning The Chief Architect 2D CAD Tools

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Understanding How YOU Can Save Time When You Use The 2D CAD Tools

Chief Architect is an outstanding 2D and 3D CAD program. It has tools that make assembling a building on your computer easy to do. In this workshop you'll discover the right way to use the CAD tools to work within the program. Normally, learning how things like, snaps, X-Y-Z, trim, fillet, champfer and may other functions are not covered in the beginning stages of the Chief training. By presenting this information early on you'll have a much better understanding of why all of those tools are in the program, how to use them and how they save you time throughout the drawing process.
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1 hr. 43 min.  18 Sections

1. Introduction to Chief Architect 2D CAD Tools
2. What You Draw Is Based On CAD Polylines
3. Review of Common Tools

  • Shift+A = Auto Dimensions, Bumping and Pushing,
  • Angle Snaps - Sets drawing angles,
  • Set snaps in plan setup, Grid Snaps,
  • Snap Tools - What they do, 
  • Edit Behaviors - how things act on the screen
  • Right mouse button is used to resize items
  • Set Items Handle Size, Other Tools - Line Weight,
  • Print Preview, Temp Dim., Edit Polyline Parts,
  • Show Arc Centers, Display Grid

4. Group Selecting Items with Marquee Select
5. CAD Tools Used Regularly

  • Drawing Lines, Lines w/ Arrows, Bending Arrows,
  • Arcs, Circles, Boxes, Splines, Point & Snap Tools,
  • Point Markers, Drop Down Menus, Delete Points

6. Understanding The EDIT Tools
7. Drawing an "Info" Cross Section Manually

  • Using CAD Detail Windows, Dimension CAD Boxes,
  • Multiple Copy & Transform Replicate
  • Using Copy, Pushpin, Using Multiple Copy,
  • Understanding XYZ in Transform Replicate,
  • Resizing Items

9. Point to Point Snaps

  • Snapping Edges, Corners, Centers, in Boxes,
  • Evenly Distribute Copies, Snap Points Offset,

10. Shaping CAD Boxes

  • Break Line Tool, (#3 Key) to Break Edges,
  • Corners & 90 Degree Breaks, Cross Boxes,
  • Point to Point Snaps,
  • "Copy - Point to Point - Snap", Cursor Snap

11. Trim and Extend Tools

  • Start & End Info, Creating Short Stub Walls,
  • CTRL+Tab to Switch Views, Trim and Extend,
  • Using the "Fence" Tool, Trim Framing/Angles,
  • Trim Inside Items, Insulation Hatching

12. Working with Angles in CAD

  • Draw Section Rafter, Creating a "V" with 3 Breaks,
  • Parallel Tool, Parallel Edge or Entire Object,
  • Group & Add Items to Library
  • Break Tool To Cut Lines, Revision Clouds,
  • Convert Lines and Walls to Arc's

13. Fillet & Chamfer, Tools - Custom Countertops
14. Using the "Reflect" Tool

  • Never Draw More Than 1/2 of Anything,
  • Reflected Copy of Section,
  • Polyline Using = Make Outlines of CAD
  • Objects, Replicate Roof Objects,
  • Using the All Off Layer Set

15. Q&A - Craig, Getting Rid of Trouble Fill Patterns
16. Q&A - Rick, Import and Export
17. Q&A - Stephen, Drawing Modular Block
18. Q&A - Rick - Ruby Counsel

3. Assembling The Working Drawings On The Layout

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Discover How Complete Plan Sets Are Assembled and Created in Chief Architect X3

One of the main goals of using a program like Chief Architect is to create working drawings for your projects. Having a clear understanding of how to assemble all of the views that are being produced into a finished, printable drawing will help you have a clear picture of how to setup and work with the program.

Downloads Available in the Members Area:
Presentation Handout PDF 6 Pages
Sample of Layout in This Presentation PDF
Actual Chief Plans and Layout Used in this Demonstration
4 Sizes of Chief X3 Layout Templates Sample

1 hr. 23 min.  19 Sections

1. Introduction

  • Discover the End Results First
  • Layout files are .layout
  • Layout saved with 1st view added
  • Any size & unlimited pages
  • Organize and arrange all views
  • Print to paper of PDF

2. Types of View on a Layout

  • Layouts hold 6 types of views
  • #1 - Floorplans - Linked to Plan
  • #2 2D CAD Details
  • #3 Saved Elevation/Section Cameras
  • #4 CAD & Text on the layout
  • #5 Pictures/Render views
  • #6 3D Vector (Camera) views

3. Linking a Layout to a Plan(s)
4. Overview of Layout Tools
5. Important Things to Know About Layouts

  • Keep plan & layout in same directory
  • Items on a layout are in viewports
  • Copy views on a layout
  • Use Layer Sets
  • Page 0 is Master Sheet
  • Using Macros for page numbering
  • Use Templates to save time

6. Open a Sample Layout

  • Scrolling through Layout pages
  • Page 0 is Master Sheet

7. Examine the Layers in a Plan

  • Overview of Layers and Layer Sets
  • Keep Everything in One plan file
  • Accessing layers and layer sets
  • Everything has to be on a layer

8. Creating a Layout

  • Finish the plan first
  • Opening/Creating a Template
  • Create borders on the layout
  • Never draw Plans on the layout
  • Setting page /printer size
  • Get PDF995 Print Driver

9. Setting up the Master Border

  • Adding Items to page 0
  • Everything on page 0 shows on all pages
  • Using Macros to add page numbers

10. Adding Plan View to a Layout

  • Send to Layout - Menu
  • Turn off Create Copy of Layer Set
  • Copy and change Layer Set
  • Changing View Scale
  • Copy plans to other pages
  • Open views from a layout
  • Changing the Scale of a view

11. Adding CAD Details to a Layout

  • What is a CAD Detail
  • CAD Detail management
  • Keeps all drawings in one plan
  • CAD Details sent to layout are Viewports
  • Draw in the CAD Detail View

12. Elevations and Sections on a Layout

  • 2 Types of Lines in a Camera Section
  • 3 Types of Elevation Cameras
  • Sending Views to Layout
  • Camera Versus 2D CAD Items
  • 3D Camera Lines
  • Updating Camera Lines
  • Editing Camera Lines on a Layout
  • Don't use CAD lines on Layout Views
  • Group Select Camera Lines
  • Use Backclip Cross Section
  • Add Detail to Camera Section

13. 3D Views on a Layout

  • Render versus Vector View
  • Sending Render views to Layout
  • Adding Photos to a Layout
  • Save Graphics to a Layout
  • Sending Vector Views
  • 3D Views are not linked to plan
  • Save your cameras in plan view
  • Moving items to different pages

14. Copy Plan/Layout and Relink
15. Add, Delete & Move Layout Pages
16. Layouts Have Their Own Layers
17. Create/Save Layout Templates
18. Use Print Page to Adjust Size
19. Printing the Layouts - PDF

  • Naming Your PDF Files
  • Setting PDF to Print to Scale
  • Printing a Check Plot

4. Working with Walls, Dimensioning and Platforms
Assembling the 2D and 3D Structure - NOTE: The recording for this workshop didn't work. Please refer to the X2 Series Session 3 and Session 4 to get the content that was presented.

5. Walls, Platforms, Intro to Pony Walls

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Working with split levels and other difficult modeling situations

Having a complete understanding of what sort of information Chief needs to build 3D models as quickly as possible is extremely helpful. In this workshop you'll discover simple techniques to make sure everything is added to your plan correctly. You'll learn more about setting up the structure of the model, creating and naming rooms, adjusting floor levels, adding and adjusting levels, how to easily adjust floor and ceiling platforms, adding and adjusting foundations, creating and adjusting garages, adjusting floor and ceiling platforms for individual rooms and more.

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1 hr. 40 min.  18 Sections

1. Introduction
2. Overview of the Wall Dialog
3. Converting Straight Walls to Curved Walls
4. Create a Round Room
5. Tips for Layout Out Walls

  • Group Selecting Walls
  • Changing Wall Attributes
  • Changing Materials on Exterior Wall

6. Overview of the Wall Dialog and Uses

  • Using Invisible walls to Define a Space
  • No Room Definition Uses
  • Attic Walls Explained
  • Moving Wall Tops and Bottoms in 3D
  • Framing Options for Walls
  • Changing and Setting Resize Defaults
  • Lining Up Wall Surfaces
  • Changing Wall Types
  • Break Line Tools for CAD and Walls

7. Adding Foundations Under Walls
8. More Wall Dialog Info
9. Correcting Materials on Walls
10. Aligning Walls and Foundations with the Main Layer

11. Creating a New Wall

  • The Remodeling Template Info
  • Setting Up a Different Material on the Wall
  • Changing the Color of Existing Materials

12. Working with Double Walls Especially Furred Walls
13. Rooms Represented with Invisible Walls on Layers
14. How Platforms are Added in Chief

  • Setting Floor Heights
  • Creating a Split Level
  • Adding New Floors
  • Changing Floor Thickness
  • Setting Heights of a Group of Rooms

15. Adjust Room Elements with the Select Same Type Tool
16. Creating Foundations
17. Pony Walls - 2 Part Walls

  • What is a Pony Wall
  • Aligning the Parts of a Pony Wall
  • Showing Both Parts of the Wall in Plan View
  • Creating a Pony Wall Ledge
  • Interior Pony Walls in a Basement
  • Reshaping Footings for a Pony Wall

18. Comments from Craig Meyers
Regarding new EPA regulations and a
website with great CAD details

6. Pony Walls, Garage Foundations, Intro to Stairs

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Adding more of the complex detail items to your model

In this workshop you'll discover the steps needed to add double walls, partition walls, pony walls, attic walls and the details that go with them. Learn how to do Garage foundations. Adding stairs can be tricky but doesn't have to be if you follow a few simple rules. You'll see how to create different types of stairs and railing as well as using the new ramp tool in Chief x3
Downloads: None
1 hr. 23 min.  14 Sections

1. Introduction
2. Pony Walls

  • Aligning Pony Walls
  • Showing the brick ledge

3. Changing Walls and Aligning Different Sizes
4. Aligning One Side of Different Thickness Walls
5. Using Slabs To Adjust Pony Walls

  • Brick Ledge on Top of Pony Walls
  • Using Slabs
  • Using Molding Polylines

6. Adjusting Walls in Elevation
7. How Walls, Attic Walls and Roofs Interact
8. Resetting Walls Back To Default Top and Bottom
9. Changing Material on an Attic/Gable Wall
10. Adding a Garage Room and Foundation
12. Draw a Section To Determine Heights
13. Adding a Garage Curb Block
14. Showing the Garage Slab Slope
15. Introduction To Stairs in Chief

  • Add Stairs from Lower Floor Going Up
  • Making the Correct Riser and Tread Sizes
  • Openings in Railings are Doorways
  • Creating "L" Shaped Stairs

7. Adding and Customizing Stairs, Windows, Doors

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In this workshop you'll learn the basic and advanced steps used to add items to your plan. Creating special shapes, advanced units, groups and adding details that allow you to customise elements that way you want.

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1 hr. 40 min.  13 Sections
1. Introduction
2. Basics of Working with Stairs
       Setting Stair Defaults
       Stair Basics, Simple Steps to Follow
       Slanted Headers in Floor Openings
       Flaring Stairs and Started Treads
       Using 2D CAD to show Up/Down on Stairs
       Walls Under Stairs
3. Creating Different Shapes of Stairs
       "L" Shaped Stairs, Adding Landings
       Combining Stairs and Making Curved Stairs
       Creating Custom Landings
4. Creating Winder Landings
5. Other Stair Items
       Making Stairs go Down
       Drawing Stairs from a Basement Ext. Entry
6. Creating High and Open Below Rooms
7. Doors and Windows
       Setting Defaults
       Misc Window and Door Settings
       Shaping Windows
       Mulling Units Together
       Grids in a Picture Window
8. Creating Custom Grids
9. Bay and Box Windows
10. Door Types
11. Creating a Screen Door
12. Door With Sidelights
       Grouping Items
       Stacking and Grouping Windows
       Centering Items
13. Q&A
       How to Get Ride of Cross Hair Cursor
       Installing Basement Exit Stairs
       Creating Ramps
       Custom Rails on Ramps and Stairs

8. Automatic and Manual Roofs

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Adding Roofs to Your Plan The Right Way

Next to platforms and stairs adding roofs to your plan seem to be the biggest roadblock for manu Chief users. In this workshop you'll get a clear understanding of exactly how the automatic roof tools work and when you should and shouldn't use them. You'll also discover the manual roof techniques that you can use to modify and add any type of roof you want to your model. You'll also learn about plan setup techniques for roofs, auto functions in roofs, returns, dormers, overhangs, frieze boards and much more.

Downloads Available in the Members Area: 
Worksheets for the Chief Roof Workshop
Powerpoint Handout PDF - 2 Per Pages
Powerpoint Handout PDF - 3 Per Pages

1 hr. 42 min.  19 Sections

1. Introduction About This Roof Module
2. Facts of Roof Tools - Baseline, Join Tools
3. Recommended Procedures to Start a Plan
4. How The Automatic Roof Tools Work
5. What the Automatic Roof Tool does

  • Setting the Toolbar
  • Overview of the Auto Roof Tool menu
  • Setting Framing in a Roof
  • The auto roof tool does not build hip Roofs

6. How to Get The Automatic Roof Tool To Do More

  • Make roofs full gable above walls
  • Ceiling heights control baseline heights
  • Change pitch above individual walls

7. Roof Plane Info and What Auto Roofs Does Not Do

  • No database to draw information from
  • No structural in Chief roofs or anywhere
  • No baselines over interior walls
  • Auto roofs used to get the roof started
  • Set platforms to get roofs in place
  • Use temp walls to get roofs, get creative
  • Use gable in parts of a wall
  • Use temporary ceiling heights
  • Auto Roof Returns (Break walls for different returns)

8. Using the Auto Dormer Tools

  • Add an Auto Floating Dormer
  • Use Ceiling Heights to create a story and a half
  • Adding dormers that create rooms
  • Explode dormer to ungroup it's parts
  • Roofs that butt into walls - Adjust wall types
  • Add frieze boards and gutters

9. Working with Roofs Manually

  • Overview of what can be done with the roof tools
  • Roof Planes cut off tops of walls
  • Walls extend up to roof planes

10. Tools Used to Create Roofs

11. Adding Roof Planes Manually

  • Split screen viewing while working on roofs
  • Draw a manual roof plane
  • Creating a Hip Manually
  • Joining Hip to Hip
  • Joining Ridge to Ridge
  • Joining Ridge to Hip
  • Points in roof edge not letting roof edge join

12. Room Addition with Different Pitch

  • Mirror copy a roof plane
  • Dimension past 0 with a - number
  • Creating Valleys in roofs manually
  • Creating a "V" in a roof edge
  • Valley to Valley, Valley to Gable, Valley to Fascia

13. Changing Roof Height Location in 3D

  • Adding roofs is a series of Decisions
  • Understanding roof parts
  • Locking Roof Parts - This Pivot Hinge
  • Manually adjusting roof pitch
  • Reconnecting roof parts after moving
  • Why overhangs are different with roof pitches

14. Changing Individual Roof Plane Pitch

  • Making a Dutch Hip manually
  • Reshaping the roof polylines
  • Manually creating a Gambrel roof
  • Understanding X, Y , Z
  • Group Select all Roof Planes
  • Raise/Lower all Roof Planes at once

15. Adding Ceiling Planes - Vaulted Ceilings

  • Ceiling planes create a truss container
  • Creating a Tray ceiling

16. Q&A Craig - Custom Rafter Tails
17. Adding Skylights
18. Creating a One and a Half Story
19. Adding a Dormer Manually

9. Working with Custom 3D Slabs and Moldings

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Techniques You Can Use to Add Details To Your Model

Slabs and moldings in Chief can be used to add just about any kind of detail you can imagine to your plan. In this workshop you'll discover the main things you need to know about these tools. You'll see examples of items that can be created. How to combining shapes using these tools in plan view and elevation, creating bath and kitchen items, creating custom moldings and adding items to libraries. You'll also see how to add moldings to windows and doors, how to work with solids and, shortcut tips for creating slabs, corner boards, coins and 3D moldings.

Downloads: None

1 hr. 47 min.  22 Sections

1. Introduction
2. Tools Used for Slabs and Moldings

  • Solids Tools
  • Molding Polylines
  • Trim Tools - Slabs
  • Convert 2D to 3D and Back

3. Facts About Slabs and Moldings

  • Setting Heights
  • Editing the Shape
  • Counters are Slabs and Molding Together

4. Examples of Things Drawn with Slabs and Molding
5. Converting Items from 2D to 3D

6. Reshaping Items to Become Slabs
7. Elevation at Top of a 3D Object
8. Using Transform Replicate for Steps
9. Setting the Height of the 3D Terrain Box
10. Creating a 3D Shower Pan
11. Adding Exterior Trim Boards
12. Duplicating Items Drawn in Elevation
13. Fireplace and Arched Entry from a Slab
14. Creating a Brick Ledge from a Slab
15. Adding Custom Countertops
16. Ceiling Beams with Cove
17. Adding a Custom Shape to a Molding Polyline
18. Crown Molding on Gable End
19. Working with Solids
20. Adding Frieze Boards
21. Adding Tray Ceilings
22. Adding a Tub and Tub Deck

10. Lighting, Electrical and Rendering

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Detailing your electrical plan and setting it up for rendering views

In this session you'll learn procedure's and tips to complete a detailed electrical plan and how to set it up for working drawings using layer sets. You'll see how lights work in Chief and how to render interior and exterior views. How setting up rendering materials affects standard render and raytrace views.

Downloads: None

1 hr. 31 min.  14 Sections

1. Introduction
2. Adding Electrical Items to Your Plan
3. Setting the Electrical Settings
4. Display Different Electrical with Layers
5. Using Snap Tools With Electrical items
6. What Does Modify All Layer Sets Do
7. 3 Way Switches
8. Rendering Introduction
      Photo Sketcher For Hand Drawn Looking Pics

9. Interior Rendering
10. Exterior Rendering
      Adding Sun Angle to Get Shadows
      Using North Pointer to Adjust Shadows
11. Raytrace Renders
12. Adding Terrain and Exterior Items
13. Adding 2D and 3D Trees
14. Adding and Changing Backdrops

11. 2D and 3D Framing and Structural Details

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Effective ways to detail your plans for your working drawings

Using the 3D model is a easy way to create required cross sections. In this session you'll learn the steps needed to set up and detail cross sections. Discover how 2D versus 3D framing works and how to do floor framing, wall framing, roof framing, adding floor and roof trusses and editing all of the framing in your plan.

Downloads Available in the Members Area:
PowerPoint Presentation PDF
Sample Plans

1 hr. 30 min.  10 Sections
1. Introduction
2. How Framing is Added to the Model
3. Framing Facts
4. Floor Platforms and Trusses
5. Adding Floor Trusses

6. Explanation of Walls Framing
7. Adding Roof Framing
8. Adding an Attic Truss
9. Adding Beams and Other Framing Items
10. Creating a Section from the Model

12. Layers and Layer Sets for Working Drawings

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Layer sets are used to help you keep all views in one plan file

After a quick review of session 3 you'll get a complete overview of Why you need to know and use layers and layer sets. Once you know how to set up and use layers and layer sets you'll be well on your way to understanding how working drawings in a CAD program really works. You'll learn about 2D and 3D layer-sets, reference layer-set, examples of time saving uses of layers, All ON/Off layer-sets usages, and how layers interact with the layout page.

Downloads Available in the Members Area:
PowerPoint Presentation PDF
Sample Plans (Right Click and Save As)

1 hr. 31 min.  19 Sections
1. Introduction
2. Overview of Layers
3. Preplanning The Layers You Use
4. What Does Not Work With Layers
5. Dialog Used To Create Layers and Layer Sets
6. How to Add Items to Layers
7. Layer Name Suggestions
8. Layer Painter and Eyedropper
9. Adding Annotations

10. Where Are Layers Used
11. Review of Layer Sets Used in a Plan
12. Creating Some Layer Set Examples
13. Adding 3D Framing Using Layer Sets
14. Layer Sets for The Different Views
15. Showing Bearing Points Using Layers
16. Reference Layer Display Set
17. What To Do When Sending Views to a Layout
18. Making Copies of Layouts and Plans
19. Questions

13. Kitchen Layout in Chief X3

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Techniques You Can Use to Add Cabinets To Your Model

Discover how to quickly layout simple and complex cabinet plans. Get many tips you can use to create many popular cabinets and cabinet types.

Downloads: None

2 hrs. 4 min.  12 Sections
1. Introduction
2. Dimensioning for Kitchens and Cabinets
3. Setting Typical Defaults for Cabinet Plans
       Setting Plan Specific Cabinet Defaults
       Setting Cabinet Styles
       Adding Moldings to Cabinets
4. Techniques for Laying Out Cabinets
       Zoomit Layout and Redline Tool
       Quick Layout with 2D CAD Tools
       2D CAD Tools Tips and Techniques
       Start Layout Using Countertops
       Drawing and Converting 2D Items To 3D Items
5. Adding Cabinets to Your Plan
       Dimensioning a Window in a Kitchen
       Defining Center Lines
       Adding Corner Cabinets   
6. Working With Special Cabinet Shapes
       Corner Cabinets, Bow Cabinets,
       Adding Side and End Panels
       Cabinet Options
       Closed Toe Kick
7. Modifying the Face of Cabinets
       Base Cabinets, Drawer Stacks, etc.
       Wall Cabinet, Search Library Function    
8. Adding Sinks and Other Built-In Items
9. Creating a Refrigerator Cabinet with End Panels
10. Adding Moldings to Your Plan
11. Creating Custom Soffits
       Adding Items to Layers
       Working with Solids
12. Creating Views for the Layout Pages
       Defining Views
       Callouts and Dimensions
       Adding Different types of views
       Q&A  Charging for Plans - How Much?
       Adding Custom Shelves in Cabinets