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Existing and Proposed Condistions

I am doing a plan for remodeling a second floor and adding a bathroom. Is there a way to distinguish between existing and proposed features on the plan to show what is being removed and what is new on a single plan sheet. Typically the existing conditions would be shown as lighter and walls to be removed can be identified. Not sure how to do that with this program.
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Re: Existing and Proposed Condistions

I would suggest to use three levels at the same elevation :
- one where you draw everything in common (walls, rooms and furniture that won't change)
- one where you draw things you want to remove or move
- a last level where you draw new things.
Then you can make viewable either two last levels to view the differences.
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