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It's not possible to adjust WALL height, but you can make a wall invisible, and then add a 'Shape' from the Core Catalog>Architectural>Shapes selection.  I will typically use the 'Box 36in High' and then adjust the height to be the height of the wall I am seeking.

 

I know it's a bit more work, but will the Box work for you? 

 

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That's a great idea or explanation and I don't mean to hijack this thread but would you happen to know how to make a wing wall. A wall that does not connect with another wall?

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