### The first item on the right-hand tool tabs is entering dimensions.

- Depending on the unit of measure chosen for the base element, dimensions can be adjusted in 1, 2, or 3 dimensions. For linear meter elements, only
can be adjusted; for square meter elements, both**length**and**thread direction**, and for cubic meter elements,**cross direction**,**width**, and**depth**.**height**

- Determining the required size consists of two parts: an
and its**initial size**.**modification**

### Initial size

There are 6 options, each with additional (up to 4) variations:

1. **Enclosing furniture**, with 3 possible dimensions (width, depth, height). Here, the initial size corresponds to the selected dimensions of the future furniture enclosure.

2. **Fixed size**, where there are no sub-options; the initial size is 0. The desired value must be specified in the modification.

3. **Between fitting planes**, where again there are no sub-options. Here, the initial size is the distance between the two fitting planes where the base element is located.

4. **Before the dividing plane**, with two options: width or depth. The initial size is the distance of the dividing plane from the origin, or the position.

5. **After the dividing plane**, similar to the previous one, but this is not from the origin; instead, it's the distance from the opposite edge of the enclosure shape.

6. **Diagonal distance between dividing planes**, offering 4 variations illustrated with a diagram.

### Modification

- This consists of two values: one
and one**fixed**. The calculated value can be set in the Calculation table, accessible via the icon.**calculated**

*Settings can be applied using the modify button.*

*Keywords: #base element dimensions #dimensions #initial dimensions*

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