Formatting the Data in Your Space Plan
If you want just a simple seating arrangement, your space plan might be complete as is. However, you can refine the drawing to serve other purposes as well. You can color-code spaces to show at a glance how they’re used, which employees are full-time, or even which rooms contain printers. And you can use the labeling feature to change the wording that appears on shapes. For example, if the IT department wants to see which computers in a floor plan need to be upgraded, you could label each office space with the amount of RAM in its computer.
Suppose you want to see where different departments are located on a floor or which offices contain a particular type of equipment. If you’ve entered ...