Specify different door and drawer styles on a single cabinet using the Specify button on the Front/Sides/Back panel of the Cabinet Specification dialog.
A selection of entryways with transoms and lites can be found in the Doorways library category, or you can create one yourself using the Door and Window Tools.
Wrapped openings can be created by placing a doorway and modifying its properties or by accessing the Doors & Doorways folder located in the Library Browser.
Once a door and its side and transom windows are in position, they can be mulled together using the Make Mulled Unit edit tool.
Use the Change Opening/Hinge Side and Change Swing Side edit tools to adjust how doors display as open.
The concrete cutout for a door can be modified on the Framing panel of its specification dialog.
Door and window framing can be customized in any way you choose when using Chief Architect.
You can create custom door symbols and add them to the Library Browser by following the steps in this article.
Use Windows to create curtain walls for commercial or residential buildings.
Use the Doorway and Pass-Through tools to create an irregular shaped opening in a wall.
In Chief Architect programs, opening indicators can be displayed in vector-based views by toggling the 'Opening Indicators' layer on in the Layer Display Options or Active Layer Display Options side window. Starting in X13, additional options relating to opening indicators can be defined on the Opening Indicators panel of the Window or Door Specification dialog.
By default, door and window labels are formatted numerically without unit symbols displayed. To display unit symbols as part of these labels, specify the label to use a macro.