Training Videos

The following are videos recommended by our Training team; these videos reveal useful tips and new features on a variety of topics.

Learn the various methods of editing an object: in this series you will learn how to use an object's edit handles to move or resize it in plan and camera views, how to edit objects through their specification dialog, and using a variety of other tools to manipulate objects.

5 - Walls

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Learn how to customize doors and windows; change opening size and shape, apply custom casing, and create mulled units to create specific openings.

This series explores the various aspects of placing and modifying cabinet; learn how to use Manufacturer cabinet catalogs, corner cabinets and special shaped cabinets, applying molding and hardware, working with embedded appliances and fixtures.

9 - Stairs

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Placing and modifying electrical objects, setting electrical defaults for specific types of lights and switch styles, and how to use our special HVAC Catalog to create ducting.

14 - Decks

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15 - Roofs

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Use the roof directives to automatically generate hip, gable, shed, gambrel, gull wing, half hip, or dutch gable conditions. Create a story and a half structure and place automatic dormers. Manually draw in custom roof planes and join them together, allowing the program to do the math for you.

Schedules will automatically reflect objects placed anywhere on the plan; learn how to customize Schedules to fit your needs.

Set page size and print your layout to a printer or plotter, or save it as a digital PDF document.

These series explore the many features added into past releases of Chief Architect.

Remodeling

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Chief Architect's 3D Viewer and Room Planner apps allow a plan to be modeled on a phone or tablet and exported to Chief Architect software to be finalized, then the final model can be exported to be viewed on a mobile device.

The following videos have been approved by the National Kitchen and Bath Association to count toward Continued Education Unit credits.


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