The following are videos recommended by our Training team; these videos reveal useful tips and new features on a variety of topics.
Framing Reference Markers are reference points that specify how to lay out automatically-produced framing.
Use the Dutch Gable Roof setting in the wall specification to create this kind of roof automatically or draw it manually.
The Manual Dimension tools as well as Auto Elevation tools can be used to dimension wall elevations for kitchen and bath views.
Any roof plane can be turned into a curved roof plane in the Roof Plane Specification dialog.
Chief Architect includes thousands of items you can use in your design project.
The Project Browser is a side window that allows you to find any saved cameras, saved plan views, CAD details, or layout pages.
In this webinar, we will focus on creating and dimensioning bathroom wall elevations per the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) guidelines.
A One-and-a-half story roof can be drawn several walls; ignoring the top floor, lowering the ceiling, or by using the Transform Replicate tool.
Arcs can be created in a variety of ways including free form, from radius, about center, and tangent.
After importing a symbol it is sometimes necessary to adjust stretch planes, offsets, bounding box, rotation or other settings to have it insert into the plan correctly.
Specify line styles from the plan, from the Library, or create your own.
An overview of the features within the Library Browser side window.
Drawing and editing CAD based objects is an essential skill to learn as the edit tools and methods are used for virtually all objects in Chief Architect.