keith is correct when stating that if you put the top (circle w/cross hairs) ref pt
in the same place on each floor, those ref pts will stack on top of each other.
i was explaining how to get the floor plans to stack on top of each other
without having the ref pts which you shouldn't have to do it you
"DON'T" > "block move" any floor plans once you've done a "save as" of
the first floor plan you draw and than NAME them.
NOTE: you can BLOCK MOVE the first floor plan your draw anywhere you want as
long as you BLOCK MOVE "it" in ONE DIRECTION at a time
(meaning: DON't > UNlock the cursor when moving).
once you "save as" any other floor plan from that one original,
DON'T "block move" them or the first one either.
if anyone would like to explain why you don't want to block move any of
the floor plans that you save from the first floor plan you drew
or block move the first floor plan you drew once you start saving other floor
plans for that matter.
tip: think of floor systems, roof plans and other components for that matter
and where they'd end up if you start block moving things nilly willy
if you block move them all over the place and you want to MERGE THEM
without the use of ref pts.
trust me. it's just better to NOT block move. floor plans once you've saved as
from the first floor plan.
i've speaking more from a "multi-drawing" person kind of guy than a "plan set" person
since I haven't begun to learn plan sets >>>>> YET