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Cased / Non-Cased Openings

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I know this is such a small thing but, I just figured this out by messing with the door settings.  I bet most everybody on here knows how do this.  Maybe some newby's might not know this.  Anyways, if you would like an opening in a wall but don't want it to be a cased opening just follow the steps below...

 

1. Insert a cased opening.

 

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2. Click on the cased opening in plan view.

3. Click on the door Icon for "Open Object".

4. Click on the "Casing" tab.

 

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5. Deselect "Use Interior Casing" and "Use Exterior Casing" if it is not grayed out.

 

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6. Close out of the door settings dialogue box.

 

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I would have to say this is pretty basic stuff. Thanks for sharing..

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Let's take it up a notch with a request to Chief.

 

 

I've been doing this for  many years.

The only issue with it, is once you've created a "Non-Cased Opening", the opening is  virtually impossible to select while in 3d or elevation view mode. I usually  have to go to plan view in order to select the "uncased opening". 

 

Any one else have this same issue?-BB

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