Adjust Elements to Slabs

Use this function (Edit > Reshape > Adjust Elements to Slabs) to easily adjust elements (Walls, Columns, or horizontal Beams) to specific levels of one or more Slabs that are located above and/or below them.
Note: If there is more than one Slab above or below the selected element(s), then you should also select the particular Slab that you want to adjust to. Otherwise, the closest Slab will be automatically considered the target.
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Use the Edit > Reshape > Adjust Elements to Slabs command.
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In the appearing dialog box, define whether you want to adjust the selected elements to the Slab that is above or below the element(s), or both. Again, if you select Slab(s), then the adjustment will target the selected Slab(s) only.
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Click OK.
Note: If a Door/Window is linked to the bottom of a Wall, the Adjust Elements to Slabs command will automatically recalculate the offset to retain the opening’s position.
Note: The same workflow is available by using the Edit > Reshape > Adjust command. In that case, you must select the elements to be adjusted, then click on the targeted Slab. (The cursor indicates that you are clicking a Slab, as illustrated below.) The Adjust Elements to Slabs dialog box appears, and the workflow continues as described above. (Elements are adjusted to the clicked Slab only.)
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