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You will need to fake it by using shapes.

 

See the wedge and inverted wedge shapes in the library.

 

If you post an image, someone could respond with specifics.

 

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Here are photos - not sure if they are big enough to see.   It's an enclosed stairs with an opening on the first floor underneath the tallest part of the stairs.  I don't know how to get the solid wall to continue past the end of the wall on the first floor as it goes up the stairs.  It just stays as a railing on that section as it continues up to the landing and onto the 90 degree turn.

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You want to fill in with walls where I show the red outlines?

 

Turn off the railings, use shapes as I suggested above to fill in.

 

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So it looks something like this.

 

 

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