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    Hi Guys,

    I had to make an adjustment to my finished floor which required my to drop it from 0'-0" to -1'-6". The problem is that I don't know how to re-name the "-1'-6" to say 0'-0"

    Is there a way I can re-assign the -1'-6" elevation so it's actually 0'-0" a.f.f.? Thus re-dimensioning all other elevation level heights based upon this new 0'-0"?


    Any help would be most excellent.

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    Default Re: Re-Assigning Elevation Level Heights - Need Help!

    Lock all your levels using a dimension string.

    Reassign the lower level to 0.0 and the other levels will change also, but stay relative to 0.0.
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    Beegee! You are the best, I don't care what anybody says!

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