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What are you wanting?

 

People mostly create a new, or change the default template to be what they want.

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Answers often depend on which title (Suite, Pro etc) and version (2018, 2019 etc) you are using.

 

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Home Designer Pro 2020 is what I'm using.

 

I'm obviously a new user and I was wondering if there were layout templates available for the varying drawing sets.  I realize the customization feature is available and what I was specifically seeking was if there were download-able sets for framing, hvac, room elevations, etc. 

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Pro has plan files and layout files, and both use templates.

 

Are you asking about a layout template? (some refer to a plan as a layout, but in Pro they mean different things)

 

I'm not understanding "download-able sets for framing, hvac, room elevations, etc.".

 

Taking framing as an example, what would you expect to find in a template?

 

How would you make use of a framing template?

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My newness is showing, I get it.  

 

I'm understanding the program a bit better after some tutorials and know what I need to do.  There are no default 3D views (which I mistakenly assumed), each needs to be created individually and placed in the layout for printing.  I was so geeked out with all the great features that I just assumed that this would be one.  I realize now that the trick is camera views and back camera views for what I am trying to accomplish.  Thanks for the assistance and patient guidance.

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The YouTube channel linked above has some good hour long getting started videos for Home Designer using Pro.

 

Might be worth a look -- I know they helped me when I was getting started.

 

 

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