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I'm new to Home Designer Pro and have some how enabled and function that automatically copies the item that I've selected. Example: I select a base cabinet to move and when I grab it and move it, it automatically copies the object and the copied object gets moved while the original object stays in place. Does anyone know how to disable this function?

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I am not sure I fully understand your problem. I have been using this software for over twenty years so I am used to how the software is programmed to work. The largest part of learning this stuff is learning how it is programmed to work, what it does and does not do. I of course do not experience what you are experiencing,can you be a little more precise as to your immediate problem please? Also which software application you are currently using would be extremely useful to anyone attempting to help you.

 

DJP

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Thanks for your assistance. I'm using Home Designer Pro 2017. I'm designing an island for a kitchen remodel. As I'm moving objects such as cabinets around, I select the cabinet and move it. What is happening is some how the object is coping itself when I click on it. So the object moves but there remains a duplicate object in the original location, which I have to go back and delete.

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1) Please fill out your Signature -- see below.

 

2) Do you have Sticky Mode? Does it operate this way after closing and reopening the program?

 

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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 Account Settings, then Signature on the left. Doing so makes it always available, and this info is often key to providing a good suggestion

 

Resources for self help:

 

The built in Help System (always a good place to start)

 

 

 

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Please read-study your "Users Guide" so as to be better orientated to your software.

 

DJP

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