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Cabinet hardware not showing under countertop in plan view

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I can't seem to put my countertop before the hardware. Yes the hardware is below the countertop but I don't have the option to associate to the cabinet and I keep move the countertop in front of the hardware but it still looks like the hardware is above the countertop. Any help would be appreciated. 

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Open the cabinet DBX and put the hardware on the cabinet, not drug into the plan like this.

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...or if there is a reason you had to place those manually, I usually just turn the layer off.  Its pretty unusual to show cabinet hardware in a plan view anyway. 

 

Also, under the countertops Line Style tab you should have the option to Move To Front Group which should do the trick as well.

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I don't want to see it in Plan View but I wan to show the layer in Elevation view. How do I change those layer setting so I can see it in Elevation but not Plan. 

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where is the line style tab in countertop. I am new to  this program. 

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You simply need to change the hardware on the cabinets, not ADD more hardware in the plan view. The software doesn't work that way. Go to the HELP menu in the tool bar and type in CABINET HARDWARE.

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