Drawing Rectangles and Squares
With Architect 3D, you can draw items that will appear only in the 2D design window. If you choose, these shapes can be converted to a variety of features, for instance walls, stairways, pathways, edging, and more. Rectangles can also be used as label boxes for your printed plans or can be converted to walls or flooring.
Before you draw, you can choose how you want to draw the shape on the Properties pane in the right sidebar.
|Below are some references that may be useful as you design
|Editing Detail Shapes
Reshaping and Resizing 2D Objects
AutoSnap and Alignment Options
Moving a Selection
Nudging a Selection
Changing Curve Tension
Converting Details to Intelligent Features
Filling a Shape with Plants
To draw rectangles and squares
1 Choose the Rectangle button from the Detail Tools group.
2 On the Properties pane, choose how you want to draw the shape.
3 Use the Drag-to-Size drawing method to set the angle and length for the shape.
This example shows a rectangle drawn using the Rectangle From Corner shape