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Old 11-08-2011, 11:36 PM   #1
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I am in the process of hanging drywall in an upstairs addition. I have most of the sloped ceiling already in place. When I hang the pieces on the knee walls, should I cut the top at an angle to match the sloped ceiling, or simply butt the end up against it with the finished edge along the ceiling?

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Either way. If you just use the tapered edge, fill the gap and make your bed for your tape at the same time. The tapered edge also allows for a little less buildup in the corner. Less to feather out.

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Seriously consider using 'Straight Flex' for those off angle corners when you get to taping that area---

It is nice and stiff and will yield a nicer joint than paper.
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