The next step in this process is to add the doors into the drawing. We’ve created the following drawing by hiding every layer except for the Exterior Walls, Interior Walls, Door Cutouts, and Doors to make it simple to understand which way the doors should swing.
Next, select the Architectural entry to view the architectural stencils.
After opening the Architectural stencil library, the Doors will appear at the top of the list.
Select the 36 inch door in the list. A prompt wil appear in the drawing canvas with the words “Touch the drawing where you would like to insert the figure from the library”. Simply tap in the center of the drawing.
The inserted door will be much bigger than the scale of the drawing that is being worked on. This is because the stencil was created at the “default” Dots per Unit setting that was changed in the one of the earlier steps.
Note: The issue where the stencils aren’t scaled to match the current Dots per Unit will be in TouchDraw 2.0, if not sooner.
To resize the door, use the width and the height entries in the overlay panel. Enter a value of 3 for the width and the height since the front door should be 36” (or 3 ft).
Now that the door is sized correctly, drag it down to the front door location for placement.
Note: It may be necessary to zoom in a little to position the door correctly within the door cutout. The overlay can also be used to set the doors X position to 5 and Y position to 27.
Next, duplicate the door by using the same technique used earlier in this tutorial.
Then drag the door to where the side door should be placed.
Note: Since this door is 11 ft 7 in from the lower right, you will need to zoom in until the 1 inch grid units are visible in order to place it correctly.
The side door will be in the correct location after executing the above command.
Next, duplicate this door to create a door for the bathroom.
As you can see, the orientation for this door is wrong and it needs to be flipped horizontally. Open the Adjustment Menu and tap on the Flip Horizontal option.
The bathroom door will have the correct orientation after executing the Flip Horizontal command.
Next, the size of the door must be edited. The bathroom door is 2.5 ft (2 ft 6in) and the overlay panel can be used to edit the size of the door. Once the size has been adjusted, zoom in on the bathroom door and drag it to the appropriate location.