When the Default checkbox, letter (D), or a wrench with a check is present for an input field in a specification dialog, Chief Architect will automatically apply the default value.
When you understand which settings are dynamic defaults you can use the Set As Default tool to quickly change between cabinet styles.
By default, a wall’s Main Layer is also its Wall Dimension Layer. You can, however, specify a different Wall Dimension Layer in the Wall Type Definitions dialog.
Corners boards and quoins can be added both manually and automatically to your designs using the dedicated Trim tools. However, before doing so, it's a good idea to set the defaults associated with these tools.
Default/Annotation Sets include defaults for: manually-drawn Dimensions, Text, Revision Clouds, Callouts, Markers, Notes, Arrows, the Layer Set, as well as the Current CAD Layer. Multiple Default/Annotation Sets can be saved in any plan, each for a specific purpose, and you can quickly switch from one set to another by utilizing Saved Plan Views.
Use the Save As Template tool to create a custom template from an existing plan or layout file.