ScottR

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  1. I'm working on remodeling a major section of our house that includes our kitchen and master bath. I've built a plan that is our current home. I want to copy that plan into another tab so I can start playing with moving walls and features and compare the two. How can I do that?
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    Can I Scale the Entire Plan Larger?

    David, Thank you so much for replying. I must not have be clear with my question. Your tutorial showed how to scale the drawing, but that is not my challenge. I already scaled the drawing to what I thought was the right size. I then drew all the exterior and interior walls over the top of the drawing, creating the house. I then deleted the drawing. It was then that I realized I did not scale the drawing big enough. The entire thing is 20% smaller than it should be. For instance, a wall that should be 10 feet is only 8 feet. The entire house is 20% smaller than it should be. I'm wanting to just "grab" a corner and expand every ingredient (or something like that) to make it the right size. Is this possible?
  3. I drew a plan on graph paper as a fast way to start my plan. I then imported the image into Home Designer and laid down all the walls over the picture. I thought I had done it to scale but I made a mistake and my entire plan is 20% smaller than it should be. All my dimensions are 80% of the desired length/width. Is there a way to simply scale up the entire plan without drawing it again from scratch?