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Patricia G.  
#1 Posted : Monday, March 2, 2009 12:00:00 AM(UTC)
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Hi Edward Yasko

You should review the floor and floor cutout thickness and elevation. Some helping notes

--> The ceiling elevation is the bottom face of the ceiling. This means that if the floor of the second floor (for example) is @ 108", and your 1st floor has a ceiling of 12", the ceiling elevation will be 96" and the settings of the cutout will be the same: elevation at 96"and thickness= 12"
--> If you used Autofloor in the 1st floor, the ceiling elevation will be the walls' height + the Autofloor thickness (as described above)
--> If you used a floor in the upper floor, you must consider this thickness in the floor cut

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