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6 6  
7 7  [[image:1518698782371-888.png||height="119" width="198"]]
8 8  
9 +//Figure 1: Draw Recess/Filling command//
10 +
9 9  Select any wall.
10 10  
11 11  [[image:1518698725020-857.png||height="268" width="297"]]
12 12  
15 +//Figure 2//
16 +
13 13  The recess dialogue appears.
14 14  
15 15  [[image:1518698729341-496.png||height="469" width="595"]]
16 16  
21 +//Figure 3: Draw Recess/Filling dialog //
22 +
17 17  Important Parameters:
18 18  
19 19  * **Type**:** **Specify if the recess is rectangular, circular or use a polygonal shape
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31 31  
32 32  [[image:1518698734238-889.png||height="275" width="462"]]
33 33  
40 +//Figure 4: Draw recess//
41 +
34 34  If you choose 'specify the height on screen', select a base point and then the second point. Use points on the surface (//in this case front//) that you specified in the dialogue.
35 35  
36 36  [[image:1518698739795-938.png||height="257" width="294"]]
45 +
46 +//Figure 5: Draw recess//
47 +
48 +=== A recess can be added on all sides ===
49 +
50 +When you draw recess/fillings in the model (floor plan) you can select element or none. If you select none it leaves you with adding recess in the top/bottom for slabs and columns&beams and near face/far face for walls. If you instead select element it gives you access to all sides of the element when you place your recess/filling. The GIFs below gives you some ideas on how to use this.
51 +
52 +[[image:3DR.gif]]
53 +
54 +//Figure 6: Draw recess by using 3DRotate//
55 +
56 +
57 +[[image:ucs.gif]]
58 +
59 +//Figure 6: Draw recess by using UCS (User Coordinate System)//
37 37  )))
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