Editing the form of the window.
You insert WinDoor objects into walls using the same techniques you use for standard VectorWorks doors and windows.
Form dialog box to control the setting out of the doors and windows.
Door options on the Geometry dialog box.
Setting the Sash options on the Geometry Dialog box.
Setting the Frame options on the Geometry settings.
Setting the Geometry for your windoor objects.
Windoor has the ability to number the window and door numbers. This isn’t the only amazing part. It also has the ability to renumber all the windows.
The first step to using WinDoor is to set up the geometry of the objects. These settings control the frames, sashes, door settings and so on. You should set the geometry before you start any WinDoor objects. That way, each WinDoor object you place has the correct settings for the doors and windows.
I saw someone on the Vectorworks tech forum asking about moving a window (or door) in a wall. There are a few ways to do this, and this podcast shows you a couple of options. This podcast will be extended in my user group newsletter.