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I am working on a living room/kitchen where I have added a cathedral ceiling and exposed beams.  I wanted to make the walls higher since the beams can't go above the wall height.  After I adjusted my walls to 12' the molding stayed at the default wall height.  How can I move the molding to match the new wall height?

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Several ways. Here's one. Increase the default offset to match your new wall height.




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Thank you Solver, exactly what I needed.  I will fill out the signature, I am still new to the program, but loving it.  Thanks again

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