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    Well, my new boss is making a feasibility study and one point of this study requires us to draw the buildings that we are going to need, so he told me that I have to do it.

    I have to do the floor plan and the front view so I wonder if you could point me where to look in order to see how a window or a door looks like in floor plan and in front view. I'm gonna need blocks for this kind of drawings so if you know where I can find them it would be much appreciated.

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    Alex, go to www.cben.net and search for some block libraries of door and door schedules. they have plenty of them on there, and each one does a good job of making a Plan view, and Front Elevation view of the window, complete with tags, naming, number, and everything straight from the contruction standard.

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    Hi

    This may or may not be of any use to you but you may wish to have a look at

    http://www.fastrackcad.com/

    It is a UK site manly aimed at architects etc. It gives you a list of products and suppliers, the suppliers in most cases offer CAD drawings free for the products this includes windows, doors, drainage, stone work, heating etc, etc.

    As I say it may not be what you are looking for but it may worth a look.

    It is said that you never to old to learn, but for someone like me who is as old as a young conker tree it takes a lot longer.

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