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Vaulted Ceiling Beams

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I'd like to know how to create ceiling beams attached to the underside of a vaulted ceiling--one running lengthwise under the peak and several running from that center beam down the sloped ceiling to the lower walls. I'm using Home Designer.

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Like many questions, the answer depends on your specific software. 

 

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It helps if we know what title (Suite, Pro etc) and version (2014, 2015 etc) you are using. You can add this info to your signature by clicking on your user name at the top right of the page, click My Settings, then Signature on the left. 

 

 

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"Home Designer" is too generalized to be useful as Eric pointed out. Home Designer Pro, Architectural and Suite all have the ability to "slope soffits". That ability is vital to arriving at the look of vaulted ceiling beams. If you do not have one of these programs you will have to upgrade in order to do as you wish.

 

DJP

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I have Home Designer Suite 2014. I was a CA user for more than 10 years ending a decade ago. I now use the program for personal and for friends, but not like I did when in the remodeling business.

 

Thanks for any help you can offer on finding the sloped soffits tool. I'm having trouble finding it.

 

 

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Suite doesn't have sloped soffits,  You can search 3d warehouse for the beam and edit it using sketchup.

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