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Most of the advice about sections and elevations applies to interior elevations as well. We do interior elevations because the larger scale lets us show more information. Some of this information is already in the model and the scale change reveals it. Some of it is fine modeling that doesn't need to be done until you start the interiors.
Location: 12 Furnishings / Casework Another tweak to the blob. You can turn the Front Panel off. Why? So you can build the front of the cabinet out of a wall, and place the doors using 12 Furnishings / Casework / Cab Door Door JAM81. You would place that with the door tool, yes. (There's also Cab Door Object JAM81,
Two mitered blobs Location: 12 Furnishings / Casework Despite the version number, a minor update to the Cab Blob. Now you can miter it. No, they don't do that in real life; it's a 'blob' remember. Also, almost unintentionally, this is the first 'important' object I'm no longer maintaining in AC9. There will be more of this going forward
A window. Location: 12 Furnishings/Casework Basically, a niche. I guess you could use it for a wall niche too, with the usual caveats. But the real idea is to build a bookshelf or cabinet etc from a thick (11"?) wall: I marquee'd it so you can see the back.
Location: 12 Furnishings / Casework You can miter it, like a trim object. No big deal.