This layout-planning program lets you add, move and modify objects on the screen.
Typically, these objects are spaces or rooms within a building; however, they can also be created in a smaller scale to help you visualize how furniture might look in a given room.
You can stretch spaces or objects by changing their area graphically, rather than through a dialog box. There is also a re-shape command with metric scales. Font sizes and styles can also be changed.
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