Adding Doors, Windows, and Openings

Integral to any floor plan are the doors, windows, and other openings in a wall surface. When you add a shape that represents an opening in a wall, such as a door or window, the shape automatically rotates to align with the wall, glues itself in place, and adjusts its thickness to match the wall. In addition, when you move the wall, the openings move with it. Visio 2007 also makes it easy to reverse the direction from which a door or window opens. The shapes include a shortcut menu command to flip the orientation.

You can choose from among several door and window shapes that represent standard architectural types. Visio Professional 2007 includes more shapes than Visio Standard 2007, but all the shapes can ...

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