This video takes a quick run through how to create sets and options within the set, and then accept the primary option.
- [Instructor] What I'd like to do in this video…is show you how to use design options.…It's a whole big topic but I think we…can wind it down into one video.…The objective here is to have different options…for a client, who can't make their mind up.…When they can see the options they…can make better decisions.…What design options do is allow you to keep one model…but have different options in it.…For example if I look at the visibility graphics…of this view, I can go to design options,…I can select maybe more expensive, less expensive,…or maybe I can change curved walls to straight walls.…
I can apply that.…That can completely see different options in my model.…So let's do that.…Let's create some design options.…Under projects I'm going to go open,…I'm going to browse around keeping my exercise files…and I'm going to grab design options, start.…Or if you have a model you're working on that you want to…create design options, go ahead and open that up.…I'm going to click open.…Now the first thing I need to do is make my options.…
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