There are several ways to move an existing object depending on the window you are working in. Let’s start from the Layout window.
Select the object by clicking on it: you can see that the object is highlighted and its outline is indicated by blue points (see image).
If you click on the object again, you can start moving it around the layout. Once you have it in the new position, click your left mouse button again to drop it into the new position.
Note that, while moving, you can type in the offset and the angle (and press enter when finished) to move it an exact measurement and avoid using your mouse.
Also, if you want to limit the movement of the object vertically or horizontally, press the O key. You may recall from the Layout chapter that while drawing or moving, the O key allows you to enable/disable orthogonality, i.e. movements restricted to 90 degrees.
A second way of moving objects while in the layout window is to right click on your object and select the Move command. In this case, you can move your object the same way as when you enter a new object from the Components window.
If you are in the Navigation window, you can move objects by right clicking your object and selecting the Move command. If you cannot select the needed object, try moving your point of view and try again.
This article is valid for DomuS3D® 2017 and later versions