One line is part of a sketch. The other is made by extruding that sketch. I want to move them so they meet in the middle. This picture is the result I want.
You probably want to use the Loft command and a few sketches to layout the start/end profile and some Guide Curves to control the "sides" of the loft. The blue loft has no guide curves while the red one does as shown in the preview.
One way is not to draw the "Roof Peak" but just sketch straight across and extrude, then select the rectangle area where your showing ht red circles and insert a sketch, convert the edges to sketch entities and then extrude and use the draft feature in the Boss Extrude dialog box to create your roof peak..
Of course you can just Sweep a cut (two sketched chamfers) across in line with the length of the part.
Another way would be to do a simple extrude and draft the crap out of it.
So, so many ways! All valid, too. Eric Eubanks, I hope you try them all to learn the various techniques described and then decide for yourself which is best for this situation. Please, do not just try one and run with it, as that would severely limit your own breadth of skill.
Looking again I wish I had a side view as well as the angles don't look equal.
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