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Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 4:44:52 PM | Mitering Sloped Floors?

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How to miter a sloped floor with a horizontal floor?

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Thu, May 1, 2008 at 6:44:56 PM | Mitering Sloped Floors?

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I assume you are on RAC2008......

 

Draw the outline of the whole floor and use the floor slope tool.

 

If you don;t know what that is, draw the outline of the floor (including the sloped area) so it is all one hieght, click finish.  Then left click on the floor and you will get some editing options for the floor.  Help menu can explain further.

 

If you are trying to accomplish something else, you can join the floors together using the join command.


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Fri, May 2, 2008 at 5:04:51 AM | Mitering Sloped Floors?

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Just reiterating what Lizard said.

Do it all as one floor and use the point edit tool to do the slope section rather than a slope arrow.


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Fri, May 2, 2008 at 3:54:32 PM | Mitering Sloped Floors?

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Thanks, Lizard, Chris

I asked the question because just mitering with the join tool and trim to a continuous thickness is unproportionally complex... Using the editing tool to aggegate the two slabs in one is the way to go.

Thanks for taking time to provide this basic still very useful tip.

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Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 8:19:23 PM | Mitering Sloped Floors?

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After you add a point for a slope, is there a way to undo that point, without having to start all over by resetting shape?


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Wed, Mar 31, 2010 at 8:31:53 PM | Mitering Sloped Floors?

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If I am understanding the question, it is quite simple.

 

Click on the Select and Modify button on the options bar, right click on the point you want to delete and there is an option in the pop up menu to delete it. 


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Thu, Apr 1, 2010 at 11:14:41 AM | Mitering Sloped Floors?

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thanks!!!!


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