Sometimes you need to place inner walls (and doors) inside a room you have already created. An option you have is to draw an object (the inner wall/s) and place it inside the room, but you will not be able to place doors on them: so we discourage you working that way. For this purpose you can use a new feature (available starting from DomuS3D® Pegasus) that allows you to divide a room.
Say your current room is like the one you see in the left image: you want to divide it as you can see on the right image.
In order to do that click the right mouse button inside the room, and select command Subdivide room. You have the opportunity of drawing internal walls: the former room will be divided in 2 rooms, and the project will become a multi-room project.
You can do the same command by clicking the button Subdivide, available in the LAYOUT section of the Ribbon.
If you click the right mouse button while drawing the new (internal) wall and select command Walls width, you can specify the width of the divider wall. The Application will try to keep the original tiling on place (if any on the old walls), and you will be able to locate doors and dynamic doors in the new walls in between rooms.
Open the movie attached to this article in order to see how this command works.
This article is valid up to version 2018