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Mon, Feb 4, 2019 at 5:31:59 PM | Structural vs Architectural Walls

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When you atart the wall tool from the Architectural Tab it creates a NON structural wall. When you start the wall tool from the Structural tab it creates a structural wall. This will impact what you see when you change the views' discipline to 'Strucural' where architectural walls do not display 


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