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Audrey Racine
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Kitchen pic...

Postby Audrey Racine » Tue, Dec 13 2005, 10:03AM

Hi everyone,

Just wanted to show you one of our kitchen

Have a nice day

Audrey
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Postby Dave Liggett » Wed, Dec 14 2005, 10:01PM

Very nice--I soooo much need to find some time to learn the capabilities of this program. Hey, if we all stopped wanting this 'lectric stuff, I might be forced to stop doing what I think I have to do (keeping a power plant running) and do what I want to do-making sawdust and hoping something nice comes of it.
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Postby Dave Liggett » Wed, Dec 21 2005, 10:35PM

Audrey,
How did you do the glass front doors. That is very similar to a job I'm doing and so far haven't figured out the glass doors for the presentation view.
Dave

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Postby Jean G Voyer » Thu, Dec 22 2005, 10:03AM

Dave,

In the door /drawer selection choose your door from the conestoga directory and go under the general tab. You can then select frame with or without glass.
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Postby Dave Liggett » Thu, Dec 22 2005, 7:09PM

Jean,
Thanks, as with most things, that just wasn't so hard.

Dave

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Postby DanEpps » Thu, Dec 22 2005, 7:22PM

Dave

I'm sure you have already found that in eCabinets (like most other software), the biggest difficulty is knowing where to go and what to do, not the actual doing.

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Postby Dave Liggett » Thu, Dec 22 2005, 7:39PM

Dan,

That's true with most things in life. I spent hours trying to solve a couple of problems and finally broke down and posted a couple of questions, got replies and solved my quandries in minutes. Maybe this will help me get over my hang-up with asking for help. (Always figure I can do it myself)

Thanks,
Dave

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Postby DanEpps » Thu, Dec 22 2005, 7:44PM

I know the feeling...I'm pretty hard-headed when it comes to things like asking for help, reading the instructions or asking for directions...but then, I'm a guy and supposed to be like that :wink:

Once when my son was very young, I was putting something together and just couldn't get it right. After I fumed a little my son asked \"Daddy gonna read the destructions now?\" I had to laugh and think \"No, I haven't totally destroyed it yet.\"

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Postby Dana Sherry » Mon, Jan 09 2006, 4:37PM

It looks sweet- where/how did you do the \"recessed\" lights? I have only used the light fixtures that come with the software and didn't know you could create your own.

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Postby Mike Bowers » Sat, Jan 14 2006, 3:04PM

Dana Sherry wrote:It looks sweet- where/how did you do the "recessed" lights? I have only used the light fixtures that come with the software and didn't know you could create your own.

Use the can lights & assoc. to a wall so you can see and adjust there hights. Move them in to your cabinets. You can also hide them in your right click menu for presentation purposes.
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